Special Care Goes into Making Each of these Olive Oil Bottles Unique

by Theresa Christine Johnson on 03/21/2017 | 3 Minute Read

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Sapfo is sure to make you want to cook with olive oil more and more. These lovely bottles, designed by Chris Trivizas, stand out in a matte black and feature unique hand-knitted netting on each bottle. Their subtle yet elegant qualities make them feel particularly special to incorporate into your cooking, even if it’s just as a salad dressing or to roast some veggies.

“Papadellis is a family business that specializes in the production and processing of olive oil in Mytilene, since 1980.”

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“Symbol of the logo is the flower of the olive tree, which in a single stroke forms a ‘sfirida’ (a special filter consisting of a round and flat mesh of coarse fibers used in the olive oil press), in order to visualize the integrated services that the business offers, from the harvest up to the production process.”

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“Sapfo® extra virgin olive oil is a unique olive oil, meticulously collected from the mountains and dry areas of Mytilene (Lesvos). The name Sapfo® is inspired by the poetess Sappho, the tenth muse according to Plato, born in Mytilene (Lesvos).”

“The net is hand-knitted and unique for every bottle. Semantically, it refers to the care and beautifying techniques that women in ancient times used for their hair, accentuating our attention to detail and quality, which also applies to the collection of our olive oil. The shape of the tag of the bottle was inspired by ancient pottery pieces.”

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Designed by: Chris Trivizas

Creative Director: Chris Trivizas

Text Editor: Sissy Caravia

Paper: Perrakis Papers

Font: Parachute

Print: Kouvelas  

Photography: Math Studio

Country: Greece

City: Athens

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