The difference between “Bonne” ("Good" in French) and “Bone” is just a letter and a whole new concept!
“Bone Année” is a Christmas ornament. Its name derives from the misspelled french phrase "Bonne Année", that means Happy New Year. The ornament has the shape of a bone and it is made of birch plywood and it’s wearing a red leather strap. Its purpose is to hang it on the Christmas tree, use it as a decoration item or even attach it to a key ring.
The message is silkscreened using two different types of fonts. The word “Bone” was printed using a solid font, while the word “Année” was depicted using a more festive type font. The red color was chosen in order to fit the Christmas attitude.
The packaging includes a grocery paper bag decorated with snowflakes made of bones and hearts. It is printed using silkscreen method, as well.
We have also designed a new logo, “When Kanella met Spyros”, to mark our collaboration with Spyros Drakos (and with others designers to come).
Bone Année tickled the creativity of the new owners. Here are some examples of their awesome pictures. Thank you!
Picture by Vasso Asfi
Picture by Radial
Picture by Athina Vakali
Picture by Lina Papachristou
Picture by Milena Dimitrokallis
Picture by Boconcept Greece
Picture by Dimitria Ioannidou
Picture by Villy Devlioti
Pictures by Tzanis Bentenis, Maria Papadogrigorakou, Barbara Pappa, Marcia, Loukas Angelou, Athina Vakali.
The wooden bone and the packaging were printed by Tind and Chrisanthos
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