The competition, which was looking for a Heineken bottle of the future, opened itself up to candidates across the world and fittingly two designers from either end of the world were chosen as the winners.
The winning entrants were Sydney based Lee Dunford and Rodolfo Kusulas of Monterrey.
Speaking of the competition, Mark van Iterson, Global Head of Design at Heineken, said: “Social connectivity was the inspiration behind Heineken’s brief to create a design that will mark our 140th year. Through a pioneering design process using digital space to unite creative talent from all around the world, Lee and Rodolfo have created a premium visual concept that summarises how our world communicates through time.
“The way the design shifts the continents to create one world, in combination with the Heineken star as a planet in the centre of a galaxy unites two strong perspectives on a similar idea – the collaboration through the visual language of the design was obvious.”
Both bottles will go into production and will be made available as limited edition Heineken bottles later in the year.
You can find out more about the Heineken bottle design competition at the official Heineken Facebook page.