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ZOGI is a designer and manufacturer of intelligent, design-oriented promotional products based near Karlsruhe in Southern Germany. For fifteen years, ZOGI has stood for creativity, innovative and proactive service as well as a fine sense for the zeitgeist and the trends of the future.

The BASE product line from ZOGI, a modular concept designed for the promotional giveaway market, served as the inspiration for this piece. The various products, such as powerbanks, Bluetooth speakers or USB sticks are formally reduced to white or black cubes. The customer thus becomes a designer and shapes the product with silicone elements in the desired colour, logo prints or three-dimensional reliefs. “HIT THE BASELINE” expressively reflects the core attributes: The joy of good design, the creative play with form 
and the desire to create something unique.

Title: HIT THE BASELINE
Artist: Mike Trautz, Keltern
Material: acrylic and lacquer on canvas
Size: 70 x 70 cm
Shipping Fee: Euro 25

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    Fähnrichstüttem 7
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