Minneapolis design firm gives Jack Daniels a makeover

Design Cue Inc. helped the world's top whiskey maker redesign its bottle and label. The changes are subtle -- the new bottle is chiseled with sharper lines than the old one, but they company didn't stray too far from the original.
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Design Cue Inc. helped the world's top whiskey maker redesign its bottle and label. The changes are subtle -- the new bottle is chiseled with sharper lines than the old one, but they company didn't stray too far from the original.

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