Hungarian design studio Peltan-Brosz, founded in 2011 by Roland Peltan-Brosz, drives on simplicity and minimal elegance. Deliberately creating powerful contrasts and unambiguous undertones with clean and stylish results. Among their other projects they created a visual identity and packaging for Baeder Hermann, a line of beauty products distributed under the brand name of Caola since the early 20th century. Including in the enormous variety of almost 800 products is Barbon – a luxurious men’s shaving product line. Consisting of five separate products all used in the linear process, hence the numbering from 1 to 5 on the packaging. The pastel color and monochrome pattern on each packaging refers to it’s content by it’s visual appearance and texture, which results in an interesting concrete or stone marble feel. A cool idea with even more refreshing outcome. Who wouldn’t mind having these beauties in their bathroom shelf?