Designed by Pelikan & Co
It’s all in the name: Six Pack has six brochure holders. The design gives leaflets, commercial brochures and magazines the attention they deserve. The slender character of the Six Pack design works well in.
textured finished coated steel
30cm x 155cm x 46cm
Six Pack is fine on its own, but likes company too. Use the power of repetition and place multiple brochure stands next to each other.
Front or rear? Six Pack puts documents on both sides in the spotlights.
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