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24July

PCM Group undertakes decoration of Santa Agnès wine

PCM Group undertakes decoration of Santa Agnès wine

A project with history, turned into a reality by the third generation of the company, opting for screen printing as a decorative technique.

PCM Group took part in the project, providing guidance from day one and ultimately taking on the decoration of the bottle of Santa Agnès wine. They use 360º screen printing in white ink with UV curing, in line with their environmentally-friendly approach.

Publicado en Innovation, Beverages

19July

Vidrala's MasterGlass Design contest already has a winner

Vidrala's MasterGlass Design contest already has a winner

Foto: Primer Premio: ICE Pure Icelandic Water. “Ice” from the School of Industrial, Aerospace and Audiovisual Engineering in Terrassa (ESEIAAT - UPC) has won first prize at the second MasterGlass competition, organised by Vidrala. Three accésit accolades were also conferred on the projects “ENCUENTRO”, “ACE” and “HERA”. 

The aim of the contest is to seek out new ideas among students of industrial design, engineering and graphic arts from all over Spain. Participants submitted over 50 ideas. The judging panel comprised National Design Prize winners Juli Capella and Mario Ruiz, in addition to Professor Marcelo Leslabay and Jon Abad representing EIDE.

First place: ICE Pure Icelandic Water
The jury awarded this project top spot due to its outstanding capacity for communication. The design team was formed by Santiago Garau de Meer, Xavi Anducas and Huijun Jiang. It is a transparent glass bottle that immediately conveys the sensation of pure cool water, emphasised by a simple brand graphic that does not impair one's view of the contents. Even though it is not yet possible to industrialise the bottle on a grand scale, the jury believes that a contest focussing on ideas by young designers should disregard current manufacturing limits in order to set the direction for technology in the future.

Accésit: ENCUENTRO
This concept connects wine bottles along their side section, a solution that deftly enables one to resolve functional problems such as stacking up to 15 bottles horizontally or reducing space on the shelf. It also encourages a pair of bottles to be bought at once. Its creators are Cristina López and Carlos Lobo from the Escuela Superior de Diseño in the Murcia region.

Accésit: ACE
ACE puts the emphasis on interactivity between the user and the bottle; the latter transforms into a cocktail shaker thanks to a spice kit tucked inside the aluminium screw cap. The project was presented by: Ane de la Brena, Sian Roberson, Igor Romero and Asier Fernández from Mondragon University.

Accésit: HERA
"The MILK for a new ERA" is a sophisticated transparent glass bottle for milk. It comes in a 330 ml size, with a polyethylene cap that allows the user to reseal the bottle once opened. It was devised by Ainhoa Irigoien and Garoa Gómez from the Tecnun School of Engineering at the University of Navarra.

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Publicado en Design, Creativity, Beverages

12July

G'Vine celebrates its 10th anniversary by renewing the design of G'Vine Floraison

G'Vine celebrates its 10th anniversary by renewing the design of G'Vine Floraison

G'Vine Gin celebrates its 10th anniversary this year and transforms the design of its bottle with a more avant-garde image.

More stylized, the new format emphasizes its unmistakable green color and its emblematic cap, enabling consumers can opt for the fashionable mini Gin & Tonic (1 cap, 250ml) or remain faithful to the classic measure (2 caps, 500ml).

In Spain there will be a Limited Edition that recreates the mythical beach cabins of the Côte d'Azur of the 60s, with a new design in sailor stripes.

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Publicado en Innovation, Beverages

10July

TNT Global Manufacturing creates the cap of Jean Paul Gaultier’s Scandal

TNT Global Manufacturing creates the cap of Jean Paul Gaultier’s Scandal

TNT Global Manufacturing has developed the first cap of Scandal, Jean Paul Gaultier’s new feminine fragrance. It was a technical challenge that the company took up to meet Puig’s requierements to make this zamak cap in one piece.

This beautiful electroplated Champagne gold cap is the result of a complex production process: it has required a complex mold kinematic to unmold it carefully. Ultimately, the polishing of the piece was done in multiple steps, for a perfect finish.

Zamak suits particularly to the perfume, cosmetics and make-up industry, thanks to its many properties: stability, malleability, resistance, hardness and skin tolerance.

Publicado en Fragrances, Innovation

05July

Russian Standard Fabergé Limited Edition with sleeves produced by CCL

 Russian Standard Fabergé Limited Edition with sleeves produced by CCL

Roust Group launches a limited edition of Russian Standard vodka in the US and Canada. The upcoming launch is the second in a series of Fabergé inspired limited editions.

Roust authorised long-term supplier CCL to produce the Fabergé inspired sleeves. They were printed at CCL King’s Lynn in the UK.

The inspiration behind this series of limited editions is the work of the Fabergé family – especially Peter Carl Fabergé – who is best known for the Imperial Easter Eggs made from precious metals and gemstones.

The full-body decoration allows the complex design to span the whole bottle, giving it a 360° high-quality appearance. The Shrink Sleeves were printed in rotogravure and finished with lacquer to visualise the brilliance of the metal and gems.

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Publicado en Innovation, Beverages

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