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Coffee-to-Go cups are everywhere these days. There is a feverish search for alternatives to disposable cups. Suddenly, cups made of bamboo are appearing all over the place. At first glimpse, they promise a clear conscience when it comes to the environment. But for years, there have been warnings. What exactly is all the fuss about?
These days, everyone knows that 4-color printing on paper offers a precise technique for displaying logos, colors and images in photorealistic quality. Virtually every true color can be simulated through the color separation of cyan, magenta, yellow and key (black). Magazines, books, brochures and even this Magalog put their trust in this “super standard” of the printing industry.
Coffee2Go on porcelain has inspired many imitators. Imagined by Mahlwerck Porcelain in 2009, it appealed to customers across the world, received the Promotional Gift Award and was nominated for the German Design Award.
On 1 Decembre 2011 a new law on product safety took effect in Germany, implementing an amending law that had already been passed in 2008 on a European scale. Due to this amendment we can only provide promotional items that have either an engraved or printed label on them.
We know the drums as a rhythm-producing instrument of a band. Manu Katché is exempt from this: His unforgettable drum sound does more, adding a colorfully rhythmic note to everything. The musician, whose parents are from the Ivory Coast and France, became known in Germany thanks to his successful music series »One Shot Not« on Arte (until the start of 2012). In France he’s found an even wider following as the critical judge of the televised singing competition show »Nouvelle Star.«
There are things that are just worth it to do – this is the philosophy of Mahlwerck. With this in mind, when it comes to social involvement, Mahlwerck searches for projects that are simply worth the support. The company was able to find something in Southeast Bavaria: The private grammar school Inntal for children with and without disabilities – a truly valuable vision.
Each cup made of natural porcelain is one of a kind and a little different from all the rest. Just as every order we receive has it‘s own challenges. In the Mahlwerck factory, more than 100 nimble hands ensure the perfect look of logos and designs on porcelain. Whether it’s the exact company color, the right positioning or the perfect depiction of photorealistic motifs, this quality is second to none. A special quality control representative ensures that it stays this way for every job!
Fashion has more to do with wall colors than you might think! – This, by all means, is what we found out during our research on the color trends 2013. For it is astounding how the different influences come together again and again and strengthen the overall trend.
This is an observation that takes into account various sources, industries and uses to provide as broad an overview as possible. We have summarized the color trends into themes.
The extraordinary speakers from the Danish start-up Libratone are cable-free and stylishly simple. They’re dressed even more elegantly than the queen in colorful cashmere that’s both noble and unique. On the heels of the stationary speakers Lounge and Live, Libratone has now launched the portable version Zipp.
The Japanese love origami and beautiful things. Furoshiki cloths are a combination of both. You can use them as scarves, to bind your hair or to wrap gifts and bento boxes. Furoshiki can even be knotted and used as a practical bag. Just like with origami there is a separate set of directions for every way to best fold the cloth.
This article is available in German only!