Today, production is a kind of art. It is not easy to think through every detail of the future product and ensure that specialists and modern equipment's collective work turn the initial idea into a form that is a pleasure to use. It is an action that becomes successful because of the mood of creation.
The smallest detail does matter, even in such a seemingly simple thing as household containers for food. After all, these are the details that create a positive mood in the process of using them.
Although… Why only in the process of using them? Why not at the moment when you first see our products? At the first moment, when you pick it up and look at it from all sides? Do only the standard texts of the traditional label matter at this time?
We asked Ukrainian artists permission to use their artwork to create your festive mood at the time of acquaintance with our products. In fact, we have asked them to become members of our large team, which makes beautiful, comfortable, and reliable "simple" things for you.
The name of Kyiv artist Ganna Kryvolap first appeared on the art scene in the late 1990s. Then a student at the National Academy of Arts and Architecture, Ganna began exhibiting her work in Ukraine and abroad, winning a painting competition in Takasaki, Japan. She has about twenty exhibitions in Kyiv, Nuremberg, Tbilisi, Verti (Holland), Saarbrücken, Stuttgart (Germany). Her name and her works continuously appear in newspapers and magazines. Ganna Krivolap is a participant in many art festivals and major art exhibitions.
Oleg is the photographer and novice artist from Kamyanske. Creates in the manner of surrealism. He is the organizer of numerous photographic exhibitions and art events, manages the city community "Artists of Kamyanske." His author's project "Alley of Artists" in his hometown attracts special attention.
Julia has been involved in graphics for 15 years. She graduated from art school, worked for some time as a designer in an advertising agency. Today Julia works as a 2D artist in computer game development, studying 3D graphics and drawing for microstock agencies. And in her spare time, "for the soul," as she says, Julia draws, using different techniques - markers, watercolors, and pencils.