Lublin’s cider

Stand made of white plywood in the form resembling stacked crates for fruit, which is a reference to apples and pears which cider is made from.

The topper, also made of plywood, completes the stand and promotes the latest addition of the producer – unfiltered cider. The side panels feature repeating artwork, but their shape makes it seem like the “crates” are staggered. Additionally, on both sides of the topper there are wobblers, which are sure to draw attention.

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