Two Portuguese marketing students create bottle projects and share a passion for great photography.
We received an e-mail from Rafael with some really cool photographs of bottle lamps. Here is what they wrote:
I am a young student in IPAM- Marketing The Marketing School and together with a friend of mine, we developed a re-use project of bottles of gin , whiskey and other drinks whose brands are renowned. Having regard to the concept of your page , I got in touch with you hoping you could share our project if you feel that is worthy of such. Grateful for the care provided.
Lucas Dal Cero Moraes
PS: I send you attached photos of some of our models.
Take a look at the inspiring photos we received:
* Filliers is one of the oldest brands in the world, after Bols Genever amongst very few others. To start from the very beginning takes us back all the way to 1792 when the first master distiller was born, Karel Lodewijk Fillers. Born into his Belgium based family farm it was not until he was older that his interest grew in Genever. Filliers has grown from just being focused on genever, to a point in which a variety of spirits are released every year – consistently made with quality from start to finish.
* Hundreds of different recipes were tried before Brockmans arrived at the sensual, intensely smooth taste experience. Brockmans is like no other gin. It stands proudly alone from the many other types of gin due to the unique recipe of exquisite botanicals and the patient steeping distillation process.
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* Produced in the Alentejo and named Sharish, the Arabic name of the historic town of Reguengos de Monsaraz, it is distilled from local ingredients including coriander seeds, lemon and orange peel along with juniper berries. The result is a fruity and fragrant gin that is smooth enough to enjoy straight.
* Hendrick’s is the marriage of two different spirits from two rare and unusual stills: the Bennet still and the Carter-Head still. Hendrick’s wondrous botanical signature consists of flowers, roots, fruits, and seeds from the world over. They function to complement and set the stage for our delicious duet of infusions: rose petal and cucumber.
Some of these lamp photos look like full blown magazine ads!
Great work on not only the bottle lamps but the photographs as well.
Rafael and Lucas, thank you so much for sharing with us your bottle lamp creations. Good luck to you both with your studies and of course your bottle projects. Feel free to share more of your awesome pictures with us in the future.
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