New Munken Design and Arctic Volume collections from Arctic Paper – visuals, communication, and identity realized by JUNO and Zeitguised.
Arctic Paper has released two new collections of high quality design papers. Both collections come in unique sets developed in collaboration between Arctic Paper, JUNO, Zeitguised, and Göteborgstryckeriet. Please read more below the first image.
Arctic Paper’s two new collections include four shades and two surfaces of the uncoated Munken Design range as well as three shades of the coated Arctic Volume range. The Hamburg, Germany based design agency, Juno was entrusted to develop a suitable visual language that reflects both quality and uniqueness. Inspired by nature, their aim was to create a range of design objects, which serve as the answer to the question of our modern times: “What happens at the interface between our old tactile world and the new digital world?”
In order to produce some unique keyvisuals for both print and film, Juno teamed up with the Berlin-based design studio Zeitguised. In collaboration with the experienced printmakers of Göteborgstryckeriet from Gothenburg, Sweden, they have transformed the two new collections into haptic masterpieces. Find more details below the video presentation.
Collected in swatch books, the new design paper collections provide a comprehensive overview of all Munken Design and Arctic Volume shades and surfaces. Some additional minimalist sample books with invisible bindings have been created to demonstrate what the papers feel and look like. To know more about both collections, please look at the pictures below or visit the official Arctic Paper website. To find out more about the involved German design studios, please have a look at the website’s of JUNO and Zeitguised.
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