British Contemporary Artist David Shrigley
has created two reinterpretations
of the classic Ruinart label to feature
on a limited edition of the new ecodesigned
second skin case of Ruinart Blanc
de Blancs and Ruinart Rosé.
More than a gift and an ideal offering
for art lovers this festive season,
the limited edition expressions
have been designed as part of his
carte blanche for Maison Ruinart
and are available only in the UK.
Artist David Shrigley has reinterpreted
the Ruinart second skin packaging
Blanc de Blancs and Rosé labels
in an unconventional way.
These creations are representative
of David Shrigley’s unique vision and
unfailing humour, striving to open our eyes.
The inspiration behind his design
is a pirate flag in reference to how
he hacked Ruinart second skin,
just as Ruinart hacked the traditional
champagne packaging with the release
of its second skin gift case made
from fully recyclable and sustainably farmed
Every year, Maison Ruinart welcomes an
artist in Reims to share their vision
of the famous Maison, which will soon
hit its tricentennial year. In 2021 British
artist David Shrigley applies his
unique take on Maison Ruinart across an
ensemble of 36 drawings and acrylics.
David Shrigley is best known for his
distinctive drawing style; his works
make satirical comments on everyday
situations and human interactions.his
quick-witted drawings and hand-rendered
texts are typically deadpan in their humour
and sound like snippets of over-heard conversations.