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History of labell's

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The history of labels
The first known label appeared around the year 1700, and was used to label small medical containers. During the 18th century every respectable winery had printed wine labels. All labels were printed on handmade paper by a wooden press, and glued to the product. This was extremely time consuming, but in 1798 two inventions made label production more efficient – the paper machine and the principle of lithography.
From the 1830s labels of many materials were used on a variation of products. From 1850 to 1860 color printing was improved considerably. Up to that time colored labels were painted by hand only for exclusive products, but now the manufacturers understood that colors play an important role in selling ones’ product. Creativity was significant – as it is today, with the goal of catching consumers interest, and giving the impression of being attractive and reliable.
Up until now the concept of paper labels has not changed, except one important variable. In 1935, the self-adhesive label, becoming the basis of a billion-dollar industry all over the world, was introduced in the USA. However, it was not until the 1960s, because of developments in new kinds of adhesives, that self-adhesive labels began to be applied on a mass scale. The application of these labels on all kinds of surfaces (such as plastics, wood, cartons, glass and metals) made them very popular. They were also easy to remove if needed, unlike labels with moisture activated adhesives.
In the 70s the first ‘intelligent’ labels appeared. The developments of new manufacturing technologies and the progress in electronic reading made it possible for labels to contain large amounts of information. The most famous one is of course the bar code, used in almost every shop and industry, and it plays an important role in logistics and storage.

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A little bit of HISTORY
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The label is a graphic / text mark put in the form of a sticker or piece of merchandise coupon, exhibit or any other product manufacturing, indicating the trademark, manufacturer name, date of manufacture, composition, quality, standard shelf methods of storage and use, etc.
The label is a piece of paper, polymer, cloth, metal, or other material that is placed on the packaging, which is printed a legend, information concerning the product, addresses, etc. label can be printed directly on the container or package.
Labels have many uses: product identification, product name, for advertising, warnings, and other communication texts to facilitate the client. Special types of labels called digital labels (printed through a digital printing) can also have special constructions such as RFID tags, za security product and sandwich labels.
Ancestors of modern labels stigma which placed the producers of beverages (mainly wine) of amphorae, bottles and more. pottery. By the beginning of our era, humanity knows no paper and using pieces of leather or parchment.
The advent of paper in Europe has a strong impact on the appearance of the labels. The paper has much more appropriate than the stigma, parchment skin to transmit information. of paper labels except information about the product name, manufacturer, and place of origin, began to appear and promotional messages and information about the use and use of the goods.
Major contribution to the development of the label is winemaking. By 1820 wine labels begin to resemble those that exist today, but are distinguished by strict and laconic style. Initially, they have a generally rectangular or oval shape. Over time in the development of all sorts of labels entering ornaments, vignettes and badges, angels, saints, monks, domestic scenes and picturesque landscapes, etc. The same wine sold with a different label, depending on the country in which they are exported. Of course, in those days there were no formal rules on the content of the labels: they usually contain only information on the geographical origin, manufacturer, and place of production. In 1834 winemakers began to put the labels and information for the year of harvest. For the period from 1820 to 1920 the production of champagne increased from 2 to 20 million bottles a year, not least a large roll of 10-fold increase played a label. small piece of paper becomes a powerful engine of trade and means of customer information.
The first official rules for labeling wines appear in the early 20th century. Since then, the labels paying more attention: over their layout work such famous artists as Salvador Dali, Marc Chagall, Pablo Picasso and Andy Warhol.
Logo also logo (from the town. Λογότυπος = logotipos) is a graphic element or emblem representing a certain way a corporation, association, organization, product or even individual. Logos are either fully graphic (symbols or icons) or accompanying text, integrated as part of the logo. Often in the media, the word is used as a logo synonymous concepts trademark or brand (brand).
Logo Design
Logo design is an important area of application of graphic design. The graphic design of the logo is part of the product, the brand iliorganizatsiyata through which transmit certain values that must be clearly understood by consumers.
One of the most famous and recognizable logos in the world are those of IBM, Coca Cola, Apple, FedEx, Adidas, Nike. In Bulgaria one of the most recognizable logos recent decades is that of petrol stations "Petrol".
Logo designers
One Bulgarian logo designer who received worldwide acclaim, is the late Stefan Kanchev. He is the author of dozens of logos (CUM, Rhodope, BNT, Balkan, Musala, etc.), Some of which are selected in international catalogs of specimens from around the world back in the seventies of the twentieth century. His work can be seen today in the annual catalogs of the Union of Bulgarian Artists.

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