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Soulbottles and Bracnet are fighting to save our oceans and have joined forces for the cause. They already called to a design contest in May 2019 with the intention of creating a cooperative Soulbottle. And the winner was illustrator Annika METZE c/o KOMBINATROTWEISS with her 'Coral Kingdom' motif, in which she touches upon the topic of the mysterious and magical world of the deep sea. For each Soulbottle sold, 1€ is contributed to VIVA CON AGUA for drinking water projects worldwide. GoSee: vivaconagua.org
23.10.2019 // show complete article
Anne-Marie PAPPAS c/o KOMBINATROTWEISS designed a t-shirt campaign for the company-own pop-up stores, located in Vienna, Salzburg and Zurich, for clothing manufacturer ENGELBERT STRAUSS. The design is a blend of illustration and typography and was also placed extremely visibly on multiple truck trailers.
Engelbert Strauss GmbH & Co. KG, headquartered in Biebergemünd, is a German mail-order retail company for workwear, work shoes, PPE, industrial tools and equipment. The company is among the fastest growing mid-sized enterprises in Germany. The company now manufactures worldwide in 27 countries throughout Europe, Asia and Africa, with the majority of products made in partner facilities in Asia. Several of the production sites there manufacture exclusively for the company. GoSee: engelbert-strauss.de
22.10.2019 // show complete article
Internationally sought-after illustrator Andrea de SANTIS c/o KOMBINATROTWEISS staged the global campaign of cosmetics label ELIZABETH ARDEN in collaboration with Vienna-based advertising agency Merlicek & Partner. Andrea designed travel impressions which bring back memories of individual countries and places. For the latest sense-of-place campaign, each metropolis was given its own key visual featuring the individual culture and special tourist attractions. Andrea de Santis turned each destination into a beauty case containing iconic elements and landscapes in the colors typical of the country.
Plus, a woman embodies the local look in each case. The motifs can be seen in the duty-free shops of 23 airports worldwide. It is meant to remind travelers purchasing an Elizabeth Arden product at the airport of the images, emotions and experiences in the various cities long after the journey.
Creative Director Franz Merlicek: “Travelers encounter what they have seen and experienced in each city again. The idea behind the subjects is that an Elizabeth Arden product purchased in a duty-free shop will hold memories of the city where so much had been seen and experienced long after the journey.” “In Andrea de Santis, we found a congenial partner to realize the illustrations,” says Art Director Gernot Pompenig about his discovery.
25.09.2019 // show complete article