Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Naked ABSOLUT

Updated on October 19th, 2009  |  
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“For the first time we dare to face the world completely naked. We launch a bottle with no label and no logo, to manifest the idea, that no matter what’s on the outside, it’s the inside that really matters. The bottle visually manifests our belief in diversity and our standpoint when it comes to sexual identities. Off course it is also a wonderful piece of delicate and minimalist design, a true collectors item” says Kristina Hagbard, Global PR Manager at The Absolut Company.

ABSOLUT was one of the first commercial brands to openly embrace the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) community and its ads have appeared in gay media since 1981. With this initiative, ABSOLUT is again showing its support for the LGBT community.

“There are too many clichés associated with the LGBT community. LGBT people are often referred to as one homogenous group but when you think about it: does a 60-year old lesbian woman from South Korea necessarily have that much in common with a 20-year old gay man from Berlin, or a Brazilian transgender person of indeterminable age?” Kristina Hagbard continues. “By challenging labels and prejudice we want to explore problems around this subject, and at the same time promote a more diverse, vibrant and respectful world.

The limited edition bottle will be launched globally in October 2009. It is the original ABSOLUT bottle, designed by Swedish designers Gunnar Broman and Hans Brindfors in 1979, but without the ABSOLUT logo and label. A discrete and easily removed sticker with the campaign manifesto encourages consumers to discard their labels and to visit absolut.com/nolabel – a blog discussing labels and prejudice associated with the LGBT community. ABSOLUT is also introducing a No Label fan page on Facebook, together with a Facebook app, which users can activate to show their support of a world without prejudice.”

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Naked ABSOLUT

2 Minutes Read
absolut1

absolut1

“For the first time we dare to face the world completely naked. We launch a bottle with no label and no logo, to manifest the idea, that no matter what’s on the outside, it’s the inside that really matters. The bottle visually manifests our belief in diversity and our standpoint when it comes to sexual identities. Off course it is also a wonderful piece of delicate and minimalist design, a true collectors item” says Kristina Hagbard, Global PR Manager at The Absolut Company.

ABSOLUT was one of the first commercial brands to openly embrace the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) community and its ads have appeared in gay media since 1981. With this initiative, ABSOLUT is again showing its support for the LGBT community.

“There are too many clichés associated with the LGBT community. LGBT people are often referred to as one homogenous group but when you think about it: does a 60-year old lesbian woman from South Korea necessarily have that much in common with a 20-year old gay man from Berlin, or a Brazilian transgender person of indeterminable age?” Kristina Hagbard continues. “By challenging labels and prejudice we want to explore problems around this subject, and at the same time promote a more diverse, vibrant and respectful world.

The limited edition bottle will be launched globally in October 2009. It is the original ABSOLUT bottle, designed by Swedish designers Gunnar Broman and Hans Brindfors in 1979, but without the ABSOLUT logo and label. A discrete and easily removed sticker with the campaign manifesto encourages consumers to discard their labels and to visit absolut.com/nolabel – a blog discussing labels and prejudice associated with the LGBT community. ABSOLUT is also introducing a No Label fan page on Facebook, together with a Facebook app, which users can activate to show their support of a world without prejudice.”

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