(PRWEB) May 03, 2011
London graphic design agency Dhub http://www.dhub.com is releasing a royal wedding collection of tableware, including mugs, plates and teapots. The design is characteristically clean and modern, yet also traditional: the perfect way to commemorate the wedding of the generation.
Dhub’s royal wedding collection has been carefully designed to capture both the traditional and contemporary feel of the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton. This is a wedding collection for the Facebook generation of royals, recognising both the ceremony and history of the event, but also its vibrant and contemporary nature.
The range of plates, mugs and teapots reflects the changing face of the royal family over time and its continuing role in British life. The designs take the couple’s names and the Union Jack as their starting point and develop these themes to create a statement about British culture. The resulting royal wedding collection has elements that are both iconic and fresh, traditional and modern. All of the designs, as well as some of their ideas from the development process, can be viewed on line.
The creative and imaginative designs have understated appeal that will make them timeless, embodying Dhub’s own principles of strong branding and capable design along with the royal family’s ongoing relevance to British society. Each piece is marked with the date of the ceremony, 29 April 2011, ensuring that they remain collectable for future generations in the same way that previous high quality royal wedding collections have been. At the same time, the pieces are not intended to be collectables that simply sit on a shelf. They have been designed as ‘every dayables’ for the younger generation of royalists to enjoy, that will become collectable by virtue of their distinctiveness.
Dhub’s creative and respectful approach to a royal wedding collection stands apart from the cheap and opportunistic flood of ‘collectables’ on the market, and will be of interest to the new generation of British royalists as well as older royal-watchers and tourists hoping to capture something of this landmark event.
To view the Royal Wedding commemorative collection, visit http://www.dhub.com/work/identity/royal-wedding-collection.
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