United Notions is a collaborative exhibition curated by the Moscow-based studio The Bakery. Arjowiggins is proud to support this second edition which will take place in St. Petersburg (28th April – 1st May), Moscow (26th – 29th May) and next Autumn in Paris and London.
When it comes to print design, printers are a key partner of the graphic community. Their know-how and craftsmanship are essential to how the design, paper and printing technique come together in a printed piece. While choosing a creative paper adds real aesthetic and tactile value to a piece, we know that it can also...
At Arjowiggins, we are huge fans of the universe of the Barcelona-based studio Hey. Their immediately recognizable style is defined by geometry, colour, typography and bold graphics.
The FIAC (Foire Internationale d’Art Contemporain) is an annual event which is held over four days in October at the Grand Palais in Paris. Every year, we partners up with the FIAC...
This last October 2015, at Arjowiggins, we were very pleased to partner with Bunch on a limited edition pack introducing FRANK, a new modern stencil typeface.
Designed to unlock creativity and inspire exquisite luxury packaging, this folder reintroduces the paper stocks specially developed for shopping bags, rigid boxes and folding boxes.
As a tradition, all Spanish creatives are represented in the Advertising Annual, edited by Club de Creativos.The publication showcases the best projects from designers, advertisers, illustrators all across Spain during the year and rewards their works and carreers.
At Arjowiggins, we love the feeling of a sheet of fine paper and the genuine pleasure of writing down our thoughts and ideas on it. This is why we decided to create our vision of the ideal notebook.
POP UP exhibition catalogue is a limited edition to celebrate the end of our Pop Up European tour & our exclusive collaboration with Mohawk.
To make our last POP UP memorable, the Berlin show also featured United Notions, a project created by Moscow studio The Bakery. The project explores multicultural design across 20 countries.