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1009, MALIN+GOETZ Scented Candles and Packaging

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"label_number": "1009",
"title": "MALIN+GOETZ Scented Candles and Packaging",
"description": "Seven scented candles are displayed on a shelf. Printed cardboard packages for each candle are stacked above in columns. The packages are printed in rich colors that reinforce the scent of each candle. Cannabis is the color of marijuana resin. Mojito is Caribbean-sea blue. Neroli (orange blossom) is a rich, tropical red. The packaging system was designed by 2x4 for MALIN+GOETZ.",
"instructions": "Smell a candle.\n\nWhat color sensations does it evoke?\n\nDoes the scent suggest a texture, temperature, or material?",

"tombstone": "2 x 4 (New York, New York, USA, founded 1994), for Andrew Goetz (American, born 1962) and Matthew Malin (American, born 1967), MALIN+GOETZ (New York, New York, USA, founded 2004); Courtesy of MALIN+GOETZ"

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