Marks & Spencer – Food Preview Press Event
       
     
 The area was divided into specific thematic corners, like a trading fair. Each corner was dedicated to a particular food, illustrated by a shaped acrylic tile specially designed by our creative team: a bull for the Spanish corner, a chubby pig for the meat specialities, a running woman for the food on the go and so on.
       
     
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 Additional Perspex boxes were then used to collect decorative elements, still edible, and place them around the space – we are talking of oranges, lemons, veggies and all sorts of colourful stuff mother-nature produces.
       
     
 PS: naturally we still keep a couple of bulls and the chubby piggy in our office!
       
     
Marks & Spencer – Food Preview Press Event
       
     
Marks & Spencer – Food Preview Press Event

Needless to say, In Water has a passion for innovative design and materials. More particularly, we have a definite crush on Perspex in every form under the sky. This M&S food preview event for the press was just the perfect occasion to show off our creative skills, not just with event flowers.

 The area was divided into specific thematic corners, like a trading fair. Each corner was dedicated to a particular food, illustrated by a shaped acrylic tile specially designed by our creative team: a bull for the Spanish corner, a chubby pig for the meat specialities, a running woman for the food on the go and so on.
       
     

The area was divided into specific thematic corners, like a trading fair. Each corner was dedicated to a particular food, illustrated by a shaped acrylic tile specially designed by our creative team: a bull for the Spanish corner, a chubby pig for the meat specialities, a running woman for the food on the go and so on.

DSC_0571.JPG
       
     
 Additional Perspex boxes were then used to collect decorative elements, still edible, and place them around the space – we are talking of oranges, lemons, veggies and all sorts of colourful stuff mother-nature produces.
       
     

Additional Perspex boxes were then used to collect decorative elements, still edible, and place them around the space – we are talking of oranges, lemons, veggies and all sorts of colourful stuff mother-nature produces.

 PS: naturally we still keep a couple of bulls and the chubby piggy in our office!
       
     

PS: naturally we still keep a couple of bulls and the chubby piggy in our office!