Anarchist Wine Co. Conspiracy Theory 2016
Conspiracy Theory's label is part of Anarchist Wine Co.'s award-winning label series. The art form displayed, called "Generative Art," incorporates data from people and places that capture the inspiration for each wine in the series. Conspiracy Theory’s label art incorporates the coordinates from well-known conspiracy theories, such as Area 51 and Paramount Studios, among others, and employs an algorithm to reveal that data as art.
Blend: 40% Petite Sirah, 25% Syrah, 14% Malbec, 11% Sangiovese, 10% Zinfandel
We embrace individuals and events that move and shape the trajectory of human history. The art on each bottle presents a graphic expression of consequence against the landscape of the status quo.
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