An old landmark is brought to life.
Schwarzach is the childhood home of Rudolf Zuendel. So it wasn't hard to transform the character of this small place into a visual presentation. The coat of arms, which we gingerly simplified, was not the only element to come from the 17th century, the culture of whetstone-making also dates back to that time. Back then whetstone was the cornerstone for the borough's prosperity; this quality product was exported to France or Holland right up until 1800 and became a kind of symbol for Schwarzach, which is exactly why we incorporated the grindstone into the communication.