Gift Box — B1548-54B20
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PLEASE NOTE — Our long so-called bracelet-style top lid gift boxes (215 x 45 x 25mm) will soon be replaced with Stereohype's new matchbox-style gift box versions. We only have limited stock of these long boxes left during this transition period. New additions will automatically be packaged with our new matchbox-style packaging. We will gradually reshoot preview visuals but for now it is what you see is what you get.
Each of these long luxury gift boxes contains seven of Stereohype's popular button badges. Selected designs are taken from Stereohype's growing button badge collection. So-called Artist Gift Boxes feature button badges designed by only one of Stereohype's super-talented 600+ international contributors – artists, illustrators, designers, architects, photographers, collectives and studios. Inside the elegant 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 printed and encapsulated with love and care in the United Kingdom.
Badges by Artiva Design's Daniele De Batté from Stereohype's B.I.O. (By Invitation Only) Button Badge Series 20.
Single badge SKUs: B1548B20, B1549B20, B1550B20, B1551B20, B1552B20, B1553B20 and B1554B20.
The seven artworks are also available as Button Badge Motif Print.
Born in Genoa, Italy in 1976. He begins his studies in art subjects and architecture. Daniele De Batté works in several fields of visual design, trying to create a unique style for different solutions. His illustrations are generally black and white and ground in the world of childhood fantasy. In 2003 he co-founded the Genoa-based design studio Artiva Design together with Davide Sossi. Artiva works in many fields of graphic design and multimedia communication. In 2007 he started a new project called Take Shape. Take Shape creates all sorts of patterns for different applications. It offers a large choice of new and original quality projects. All patterns (geometric, naturalistic or symbolic) can be applied to any type of object in different fields, interior design, visual design and fashion. Take Shape designers are inspired by the past, present and future. They create, re-elaborate and invent a fusion of trendy styles in a unique contemporary concept.
External links: danieledebatte.com / artiva.it