Nineteenth century painter Pierre-Joseph Redoute took scrupulous care to observe and document his exquisite natural surroundings. This painstaking devotion has has been adopted by Schwarz Wald Chocolate packaging to express the same attention put into the preparation of these delicious treats.
Yu Ping Chuang appropriated antique prints of the artist and botanist for use on his elegant wrappers. Watercolors of robust blackberries and ripe cherries hanging from their branches decorate the chocolate bars with magnificent detail over crisp white backgrounds. All text on the front of Schwarz Wald Chocolate packaging is contained within clean black tabs over the paper sleeves. Tying the entire parcel up perfectly is the brand's name that translates to "Black Forest," the source of such flavorful fruits within these delectable sweets.
Schwarz Wald Chocolate Packaging Alludes to Attentive Creation
Amelia Roblin — May 31, 2012 — Marketing
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