• Rijksstudio Award (Concept)

    Designers: David & Vsevolod
    Project Type: Concept
    Location: Russia/ Moscow
    Packaging Contents: Jewelry
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper/Laminated cardboard
    Printing Process: Digital printing, Screen printing, Foil stamping

    We present to your attention the project created for the competition of the National Museum. Within the framework of the competition there was a task to create a project that would popularize the Rijksmuseum collections and inspire viewers. We carefully watched the museum's collection, and we had an idea how to create a collection of jewelry associated with painting. At the heart of our project are interwoven beauty and time, and the project was called "eternal values." We have developed copies of jewelry, the images of which we derived from the painting of Dutch authors. The original earrings, rings and pearl necklaces are replicated by Werner van den Valckert, Anne Louis Girodet-Trioson, Anthony van Dyck. Also, a unique packaging was created, which should cause a person to associate with the masterpiece and organically supplement the decoration. There is an illusion that the decoration is in the picture and you have the opportunity to take it in your hands through time. Inside the package there is a loose leaf that reveals more detailed information about the collection.

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