Calendar Sibur-Mineral Fertilizers

Client:
Sibur Fertilizers is producer of all the types of nitrogen fertilizers for agrarian sector and nitrogen products for manufactures.
Task:
Develop quarterly calendar design. Calendar should show geography of companys activity in bright and attractive form.
Different countries, where Sibur Fertilizers sells their products for agrarian sector and manufactures became a theme for quarterly calendar.

Most well known symbols of the countries were inlayed in genre of mosaic panel from the real objects and materials on pages of the calendar.

Geography of export of the company consists of more than 40 countries of all the continents. In order to make bright and catchy calendar for clients and partners of the company, we decided to show largest countries from the list of consumers. Besides, we wanted to avoid images of production process and chemical products. Nevertheless, we found bright and catchy image every country was presented by particular crop, which is more typical for it.

Main areas of products application were reflected on the poster in the form of multi-aspect landscape: mountains and Great Wall of China located on background production of synthetic fiber; mining quarry among rice plantation located on foreground. Landscape made from various natural materials: threads and cords, stones and sand, different sorts of rice.

Most well known symbols of the countries were inlayed in genre of mosaic panel from the real objects and materials on pages of the calendar: for Sweden windmill from grains of wheat, for India elephant from different exotic species, Mexico cactus from corncobs, from different sort of rice traditional Vietnamese boat junk, Peru silhouette of Inks idol Half-man half sun from asparagus sprouts; etc.

All these solutions not only exposed scale of companys activity, but also focused on ultimate result, which can be achieved with Sibur-Fertilizers products. Hereby, calendar was natural, lively, interesting visually as well as in information aspect.

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