About the colour: Eau de Cologne blue
The fragrance named Eau de Cologne has been produced in Cologne since at least 1799. It is also widely known as 4711. In the novella Breakfast at Tiffany's by Truman Capote, the lead character Holly Golightly uses 4711. The famous bottle has the first ever colour label for fragrances, with so called Bremen blue as main tint. It’s a classic green-blue pigment made of Copper hydroxide Cu(OH)₂.
A2 Poster - colour / b&w € 29.95
A3 Poster - colour / b&w € 19.95
A4 Poster - colour / b&w € 14.95
A6 Postcard - colour / b&w € 2
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Label of the Elements posters and postcards are printed on premium heavy weight paper, which is planet friendly (FSC, TCF) and has a natural off-white look. The state of the art printing technique that is used guarantees a minimum of waste of paper and inks.