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Designers win Red Dot Award

DESIGNERS from the Trnava-based Pergamen studio won the Red Dot Award for their packaging design for Jupík, a children’s beverage.

DESIGNERS from the Trnava-based Pergamen studio won the Red Dot Award for their packaging design for Jupík, a children’s beverage.

In mid-October representatives of the studio and Kofola, the producer of Jupík, went to Berlin to receive the award, considered the equivalent of an Oscar in the design world, the TASR newswire reported.

The award-winning packaging contains playful illustrations of children dressed in animal costumes.
Pergamen already won a gold medal for Jupík’s packaging at the prestigious world design competition, Pentawards.

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