Single Hop Citra, Mandarina Bavaria & Centennial

Super Timor

KB: What are the motives behind this design?
ST: Given that it is a single hop series, there had to be something that will mark it as a whole series. The basic idea revolves around the single hop brew that clearly indicates from where originates this specific aroma that we like in a more standard type of beer. I have decided to draw a series of “postal stamps” from an aromatic journey that this series will take us on.

KB: What was the inspiration?
ST: In addition to my standard aesthetics that I have developed throughout the years inspired by classical shapes and traditional tattoos and rendered exclusively monochromatic, here it was joined by the beautiful hop.

KB: Was it the taste of the beer that defined design of the label?
ST: In my case it wasn’t a specific taste of beer but more the aroma of this specific hop, because while I was working on design the beer was not yet finished. The hop samples were delivered to me and I manage to release its aroma by rubbing it into the palm that also brought me to certain forms and colors. It was a very interesting experience.

KB: How does it feel like to do a design for the first Serbian craft beer?
ST: Design for the first Serbian craft beer is a great experience. Professional and easy!

KB: What is your favorite Kabinet beer?
ST: BrrKaaa

Super Timor is a pseudonym behind which hides an interior and furniture designer who is actually more skillful in a field of the street art, graffiti and tattoos. For the last five years his attention has been set on the ritual of tattooing. He is one of the founders of the tattoo society Slavija in Belgrade. Super Timor has been successfully building international career for years . In personal time he is also active in the fields of graphics and icon painting.