07 March, 2018 Posted by Cynthia Martinez

Packaging Indie Gen - Caja coleccionable

Many things make up the sum of its parts; especially when the small details are what make the big difference in these jackets.

The way you’ll receive your Indie Gen jacket has a whole unique philosophy in its core, which is a fundamental part of what Indie Gen stands for.

The main box is black, framing its smoothness and elegance with a white outline on all edges. On the center you’ll find the same pattern, a white frame with the Indie Gen logo inside, resembling entering a museum, in which we probably don’t know what we’ll find, but surely something memorable.

 

Packaging Indie Gen - Caja coleccionable

While opening this box, you’ll find a beautiful crystal clear acrylic as the certificate of authenticity, in which the serial number and date are hand written in white. Through this transparent acrylic you’ll be able to see your Indie Gen jacket. Exposing your piece as a true exclusive art form.

What we want to portray with this unique part of the packaging is: While entering the museum, you’ll find an exhibition with crystal showcases, through which you’ll find your art piece.

Packaging Indie Gen- Ficha técnica

It is necessary to describe this art piece and where every textile comes from, therefore after lifting the certificate of authenticity, you’ll find a spec sheet containing the types of textiles it has including techniques and location where it was made. Taking into consideration that each piece is one of a kind, with very different textile combinations, this spec sheet is written by hand.

Now you can take out your Indie Gen jacket from this exquisite box, which also has its unique serial number embroidered in the inside of the jacket, and dress yourself as an Art Piece. 

Packaging Indie Gen - Collectible Box

 

 

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