Folklore takes over advertising

Bulgarian folklore elements are proving to be increasingly popular in the production of various advertising materials. These are the impressions shared by visitors to the COPIS 2019 International Print and Advertising Exhibition, which opened on 25 September at Inter Expo Center. The international textile exhibition TMT Expo ran along side.

Traditional belt buckles, embroidery, needle-work and the Bulgarian rose occupy a central place among the exhibits presented by Adriana Robert Atelier. Attention is drawn to various gift sets containing bracelets, earrings, key chains, made of genuine leather and decorated with folk art elements.

Belts with traditional buckles and embroidery also prove to be very sought after by visitors. There is demand for those both for personal use and as a gifts on part of different companies for their international partners as a demonstration of Bulgarian creativity, the company shares.

Bulgarian beauty comes to life in the calendars at Geoman's stand. The 7-sheet calendar entitled “The Eternal Bulgarian Woman” contains works by the artist Pavel Mitkov. They depict seven Bulgarian girls and women in traditional dresses from different parts of the country. The company says this calendar is also among their best-selling products.

Specialists from Bulgaria and abroad are in for more curious ideas from 25 to 27 September in Halls 1,2,3 and 4 of Inter Expo Center during this year's COPIS and TMT Expos.