Gift Box — B1462-5C18
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This elegant matchbox-style gift box contains four designs from Stereohype's growing button badge collection – now available for the first time in this superb packaging solution. A rose-gold foil-blocked Stereohype mascot squirrel was hand-printed in the UK at the top of the gift box (outside dimensions: 75 x 72 x 16mm). Inside the beautiful matt black cardboard gift box is a black flock pad and badges are directly pinned into it. All Stereohype button badges available at stereohype.com are classic high quality one inch (25mm) metal back badges with so-called D-pin (although it looks more like an 'e'). Tiny stickers at the back of each button badge mention the artist, release date, series number, etc. Badges are manufactured with love and care in the United Kingdom.
These artworks are also available as Button Badge Motif Prints.
1st Prize (Category: Set of 4)
These artworks are by one of twelve winners of our 14th annual Button Badge Design Competition – selected from 680 accepted entries submitted by 203 individuals, studios and collectives.
Winners: Judith Cornejo, Aranza Serafin, Inês Antunes, Josie Kennedy, Alemeh Mohammadzadeh, Vuk Babovic, Atiya Batts, Agnieszka Majchrzak, Louise Baskerville, Ji-Hye Park, Camille Whitcher and Alisa Krasnikova.
Judging Panel: Agathe Jacquillat / FL@33 and Stereohype, Aimée McLaughlin / Creative Review, Aimee Morris, Alice Tosey, Andy Prince, Cat Finnie, Cynthia Bataille, Dmitry Mamaev, Emily Gosling, Holly T Burrows, Jaye Kang, Jenny Haytch, Jonny Leigh, Jono Sandilands, Kerry Roper, Kimberly Ellen Hall, Michel Martins, Monika Mitkute, Neil Bennett / Digital Arts, Nick Spence, Paul McNeill, Sara Cunha, Sherri Forsting, Theo Inglis, Tomi Vollauschek / FL@33 / Stereohype and Valeria Molinari.
Released: November 2018
Aranza Serafin is a graphic designer and graduated from Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico (UNAM). She specialised in editorial and illustration and discovered her passion for letters and designing lettering. She later also researched popular urban art in Mexico called 'rotulismo' (the research topic of her university thesis). Aranza is currently dedicated to finding her own style – combining her passions: communication through illustration, letters and design.
External link: behance.net/bananaseradb02
Created by: Aranza Serafin