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DieterBakic Spotlights 2002 Industry Trends

November 11, 2005

Executives at DieterBakic, Munich, Ger-many, said the eventful year of 2001 has brought a return to traditional tastes. This translates into packaging that is inspired by nature and simple messages. This spring, DieterBakic introduced three themes in packaging. The first, promising purity, features a cool, crisp look with white and pastel colors. The solar heat theme offers colors such as orange, red and brown for a warm and lively package. The third theme, mystical exploration, reflects inner peace with dark blues and grays.

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