When the Mey & Edlich team approached us with the task of realizing a partnership for the avant-garde exhibition “Death & the Devil” with the Kunstpalast Düsseldorf, we were immediately enthusiastic about the extraordinary, creative project. From the initial concept strategy to the implementation of the communication materials and the finely tuned storytelling for various media channels, it was clear that this was no ordinary collaboration.
The exhibition offers a deep insight into the fascinating world of horror and horror that has always moved and inspired people. As a partner, Mey & Edlich is not “just” a classic sponsor of the exhibition, but – in keeping with the brand DNA – has developed a sophisticated capsule collection with motifs from the exhibition and a sophisticated cultural supporting program.
The highlights of the supporting program conceived and organized by Mey & Edlich include the public ghost train with motifs from the exhibition, a podcast series on the theme of “Memento Macabre”, a concert by the Finnish band LORDI in front of the Kunstpalast and a reading with Devid Striesow.
The press conference with Kunstpalast Director Felix Krämer, curator Westrey Page, Ute Wethmar and Dr. Stephan Keller, Lord Mayor of the City of Düsseldorf, in front of more than 70 media representatives showed that the topic is highly topical – and creative partnerships that are implemented with an authentic concept are met with enthusiasm and strengthen brands. in this context, we would like to express our very special thanks to the Kunstpalast team and the entire Mey & Edlich team – you have shown how to demonstrate courage and put innovative projects into practice.
In this context, we would like to say a very special thank you to the Kunstpalast team and to the entire Mey & Edlich team – you have shown how to show courage and implement innovative projects. More information about the exhibition can be found here: https://www.kunstpalast.de/de/event/tod-teufel/
Photos: Anne Orthen / ao fotowerke