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To give you a better idea where the Georgie brand comes from here is an aftermovie from the infamous Georgies Garage party.

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Nacht der Wahnsinn

Camera & editing – Mateo Vega.  Script & video Production – Zeno Koenigs.  Directing – Mateo & Zeno

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After a series of successful garage parties, it was time to shine for the old geezer Georgie and his crew; Georgies Wundergarten was born.
A place where you could get together and chill, have some really good food and dance, the main motto was that no one is ever too old to have fun – you’re more likely to be too young. Georgie’s Wundergarten was set with a 21+ age restriction.

With the style of the poster and artwork we wanted to create a non-commercial very free, playful and somewhat childlike feeling.
contradicting with the target age group but therefor giving them the sense of childhood they could re-experience by going to this festival.

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Georgies 1st Wundergarten

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It didn’t take long for our good friend Georgie to get in contact with his old friends over at Ruigoord. they cooked up something no-one ever saw coming.

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Georgie's 2nd Wundergarten

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This year, 2015, I’m not working on the aftermovie by own choice.
Looking forward to the party and to see it’s results.

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