ASPALL CYDERKYN PUMP CLIP DESIGN
Cyderkyn was a style of cyder common in the Ale Houses of 17th, 18th and 19th century England. Aspall’s Cyderkyn is a recreation of such a style, consumed in Suffolk since 1728. Our design for the pump clip reflects the traditional occasion for the consumption of this drink. The imagery features a tongue-in-cheek illustration of a portly ale house landlady carrying a tray of traditional cyderkyn.
As with many of our projects, the illustration was produced in-house. It is a pen and ink based illustration imported into Photoshop where colouring and additional textures were applied. At Shaun Power Design we love to combine traditional craft skills with digital technology.