The emergence of the Australian distillery and spirit industry in the last ten to fifteen years has been meteoric. As more premium and boutique local spirits appear on the shelves, the importance of having a point of difference to make your brand stand out on the shelf is critical. Presentation is everything with a label and bottle presentation that is elegant, stylish and unique.
At Kosdown Printing we support the YES Vote. We support saying YES for a better future for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and all Australians. We say YES for unity. YES to hope. YES to making a positive difference.
Ever wondered what happens to the thousands of Corflute signs that you see plastered around the place every time we have an election? Well, sadly, most of them end up in land fill.
Ho ho ho! If you hadn’t noticed Christmas has already arrived at the local shops! Kosdown were wrapped to help out the Port Melbourne Business Association with these cool white Christmas holiday window decals. Kosdown produced over 100 sets of various window sticker designs for the Bay Street Port Melbourne traders to display on their window shop fronts.
The Australian and Greek communities have a long and proud history together, mainly evident through the mass migratory flow to Australia from Greece in the decades following WWII. But not many are aware of the strong connection between Greece and Australia that goes right back to the Gallipoli Campaign in the First World War.
The iconic St Kilda Market had been around for over 50 years. Held on the Upper Esplanade in St Kilda, the market was established in 1970 and has been a favourite for both international tourists and locals ever since.
Kosdown are proud to be long time supporters of Jakob’s Day, and this year we were even prouder to step up as the major sponsor. The Jakob’s Day team have raised nearly $750,000 for the Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal over 16 years of holding events, and we couldn’t be more stoked to be a part of that and support the day!
Kosdown undertook a recent install for the City Of Port Phillip (COPP) in Albert Park. A pop up kids playground in the Bridport Street Village square required some special attention.
Remember when local newspapers were delivered to your mailbox? Every week you could read the local rag and get yourself up to speed with what was going on in your community. Simply by flicking through the pages you could stay in touch with news and events in a manner that was instantly accessible.
About 18mths ago Kosdown undertook a large scale solar installation comprising a 62kW photo voltaic roof panel system together with a Three Phase 50Kwp Inverter. Our Aim was to lessen our environmental impact, and we have. The results are in and we’re proud to say the investment has paid off.