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28November

TNT Global Manufacturing shows its zamak know-how

TNT Global Manufacturing shows its zamak know-how

TNT Global Manufacturing continues working with Penhaligon’s while manufacturing the zamak caps and aluminium/brass collars of Mr Sam and Changing Constance.
Each portrait involves a new technical challenge to produce a unique piece of zamak that respects the accuracy and fineness of the details. In addition to the complex production process —die-casting, unmoulding, assembly—, each piece has been manually polished before gold electroplating.

Publicado en Fragrances, Innovation

05November

Pacoon updates the image of Zwettler Saphir

Pacoon updates the image of Zwettler Saphir

Saphir - the beer speciality from Zwettler combines qualities of a premium beer and is the masterpiece of the brewmaster. The Pacoon Hamburg design agency was able to express the characteristic, expressive and individual in the design upgrade.
The newly designed Saphir logo combines aesthetics with understatement. In combination with the Golden Zwettler coat of arms it underlines the character of the beer and stands for exquisite beer pleasure. The reduction of the gold content in combination with matt/gloss finishes in black forms the perfect background. The result presents this Premium-Pils in a stylish and elegant brand appearance.

Publicado en Design, Creativity, Beverages

24October

Calvin Klein Women, a new perfume with an original cap

Calvin Klein Women, a new perfume with an original cap

Calvin Klein Women is the first fragrance of Raf Simons as Creative Director of Calvin Klein.
The bottle has been designed by Suzanne Dalton and the photograph that appears on the cap and in the packaging has been captured by the artist Anne Collier.
Floral and woody, it is a fragrance that is composed of three ingredients: eucalyptus berries, orange blossom and Alaska cedar wood. Luminous and sensual, It is a celebration of the free spirit, revolutionary dreams and authentic beauty of modern femininity.

Publicado en Fragrances, Innovation

22October

Born in Barcelona, raised in Napa valley

Born in Barcelona, raised in Napa valley

Codorníu Raventós acquired vineyard land in the Carneros region of Napa Valley. The winery was renamed Artesa and has become a leading producer of artisan wines.
Artesa lead a rebranding project, in order to have a more artisanal Spanish look and field, while appealing the American audience - the 'Artesa' name comes from 'artisanal'.
The agency Mucho developed the project based on the 'A' logo, that was derived from the shape of the winery and entrance in Napa. This shape could then be filled with crops of original Codorníu posters. Each illustration related to the story behind that particular varietal. For the Carneros Chardonnay and Pinot Noir range they filled the shape with a mosaic, reminiscent of the Gaudi Mosaics typically seen in Barcelona.
An Artesa typeface was created referencing the typography used in original Codorníu Art Deco posters. They also developed a calligraphic illustrative ‘A’ that is used as the overall logo and silkscreened directly onto the bottles for the Estate Vineyard products.
Bespoke tiles that incorporate the logo were commissioned and shipped from Barcelona to créate sorrundings of the bar at the winery. Specially commisioned artwork for the Tempranillo-Cabernet Sauvignon, Tradició and Cask Reserva Especial adorn the walls of the salon creating an elevated modern Barcelona atmosphere.

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Publicado en Design, Creativity, Beverages

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