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Make a Mark gives packaging designers carte blanche

Alissa Demorest

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Make a Mark gives packaging designers carte blanche

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Kurz, Estal and Avery Dennison were the brains behind Make a Mark*, an ambitious packaging design project revealed at last month’s LUXE PACK Monaco show. The project’s three sponsors — foil specialist, glassmaker and label manufacturer — asked 18 renowned design agencies from around the globe to each create a wine or spirits pack based on three credentials: sustainability, luxury and innovation. For each design, Kurz supplied the foils, Estal the glass and Avery Dennison the labels. This first edition will be followed by two more in 2022 and 2023. Click here to take a visual journey into Make a Mark in part one of our two-part series.

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