Penema

Penema

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Designed by Chris Trivizas | Country: Greece

“Esterra® is a family Company that deals with the cultivation, commerce and export of olive oil, as well as other quality products based on the olive. Our enterprise has as goal to develop and expand its activities to other agricultural products, cultivated in the fertile land of Messinia.

The name of the Company comes from the union of the archaic “es” (from) with “terra” (land, in latin) and its goal is to express the connection of the Company to the traditional cultivation and the purity of the products of this land.

The design of the symbol of its trademark also stems from the values that mark this Company. Thus, knowledge and tradition lead to the design of an eternal unique olive tree, which has a ladder as a trunk, an element that symbolizes at the same time the traditional way of collecting olives as well as the modern, dynamic prospects of the Company.”

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4Elements

4Elements

4Elements

Designed by Chris Trivizas | Country: Greece

“The Markogianni winery is located in Skilountia of ancient Olympia, in Peloponnese. As the project referred to the creation of labels for four products of the winery (white, rose and red wine and aged ‘tsipouro’), our goal was to create a tetralogy with a common visual identity, a clear vision and strong differentiation from the competition.

Inspiration for the labels came from the four elements of nature (water, earth, air and fire), also inextricably linked with the creation of these spirits. The color of the wines led to the choice of the corresponding symbols, while the high concentration of alcohol in the ‘tsipouro’, led to the assignment of the symbol of fire.”

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A24+ Silence Water

A24+ Silence Water

A24+ Silence Water

Designed by Chris Trivizas | Country: Greece

The inspiration for the A24+ Silence Water came from the common practice of interrupting. Often people interrupt one another, without letting whoever is speaking finish his sentence. The name ‘Silence Water’ is actually part of a Greek saying, originated in a myth. The question “did you drink the Silence Water?” is addressed nowadays to someone who is not responsive or very quiet or out of words.

In Α24+ we use this saying as a reminder that one should not be hasty in talking, but should rather “learn to listen first and then speak”.

The Α24+ was designed in a glass bottle, with a dispenser comprising of 4 doses of 0.125 L, each lasting 24’. The name Α24+ results from the combination of the letter A, which is the drop cap of the word ‘silent’ and 24, which indicates the duration of each dose’s effect.

The A24+ Silence Water is suitable for people with sensitivity to presentations, lectures and conferences. It soothes the desire to interrupt, enhances hearing, strengthens concentration and prolongs the period of unbroken attention.

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Lemonies Estate

Lemonies Estate

Lemonies Estate

Designed by Chris Trivizas | Country: Greece

“Lemonies estate is an agrotourism unit which is located in the traditional village of Lamyra in Andros island. Its luscious gardens include more than 50 lemon trees, under the shade of which, guests may enjoy their breakfast.

The source of inspiration for the design of the logo which resembles a lemon tree was the ground plan of the estate. The shape of the tree was inspired by the boundaries of the estate, while its fruits correspond to the buildings and facilities of the estate.

The symbol is completed with the addition of a quadrant of the slice of a lemon in each fruit. The handwritten style of the title suggests the anthropocentic character of the project.”

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Philab

Philab

Philab

Designed by Chris Trivizas | Country: Greece

“Philab is a Greek cosmetic production company. Its philosophy is based on the principles of efficacy, quality and safety.

Given the company’s name, the source of inspiration for its logo was the Greek letter Φ’ [Phi] which stands for the divine proportions, the ‘golden ratio’ 1.618, named after the sculptor Phidias. The absolutely symmetrical shape of the capital Φ’ was moulded in such a manner so as to resemble the shape of a round bottom test tube of a chemical lab. The deep purple reconciles the power of red with the power of blue.

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Wedding Invitation

Wedding Invitation

Wedding Invitation

Designed by Chris Trivizas | Country: Greece

“We are going to tie the knot. In the Greek language, there is an expression that uses the word “hang” in order to say “marry”. So, traditionally, when the father of the bride says “I will hang them”, he means that he will tie the couple with the holly bond of marriage.

This tradition inspired a humorous invitation that includes both a rope and instructions on how to make a slip knot.”

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Lore

Lore

Designed by Chris Trivizas | Country: Greece “Lore: Accumulated knowledge through education or experience. Certainty through expertise. The logo design is inspired by the plan of a wine bottle. It evolves into a symbol of degustation, as in its finalized form, it depicts the shape of the taste bud of the human tongue. It was … Read more

Fygein Adynaton

Fygein Adynaton

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Designed by Chris Trivizas | Country: Greece

““Fygein Adynaton” is another project that establishes our persistence in detail. A drop of wine that most people would just wipe off inspired us to create this bottle of wine.

As soon as you pour some wine into a glass, a drop will run alongside the bottle’s neck. When it stops, look which of the three lines is closer to the drop. Then read the prediction that corresponds to that line at the back of the bottle and find out your destiny!”

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Perrakis Papers Card Game

Perrakis Papers Card Game

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Designed by Chris Trivizas | Country: Greece

“How well do you know the secrets of paper? The paper surely knows yours-after all, most probably you have written some of them on it! Now it’s the time to get acquainted with its secrets. The fastest learner wins! /Learn them well and you’re the winner!

The box contains 20 question cards, divided into 4 color categories according to the degree of difficulty of each question. 5 green (very easy), 5 orange (easy), 5 brown (difficult) and 5 purple (very difficult).”

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