"Revelation through concealment" said the world-famous wrapping artist Christo. And this is why the colour and shape are so important for plastic products: They bring life and distinguishing characteristics to plastic. You only have to think about the various German breweries with their characteristic beer crates in a corporate design. Therefore, the transport containers illustrated here are not only available in RAL CLASSIC colours but also in all other RAL colour tones - in line with the motto "give your brand a face!"
The famous spray-painted banana in RAL 1021 Colza yellow marks the most interesting art locations throughout the world. Over the past 25 years, artist Thomas Baumgätel has highlighted thousands of galleries and museums with his banana which has become a seal of quality and the unofficial logo of the arts scene.
The steel sculpture "Rheinorange" near Duisburg is a landmark at the point where Rhine and Ruhr Rivers meet.
Rheinorange by German sculptor Lutz Fritsch organizes and structures the space and makes it a new experience. In German language you spell "Rheinorange" just like "Rein Orange", the original RAL colour Pure orange Nr 2004 in which the steel monument is painted. "Rhineorange" is also a shining symbol of renewal, change and identification with the Duisburg site.
The name EuroDisplay stands for innovative and high-quality mannequins. Nearly every form, colour and surface is possible - from naturalistic to abstract designs. All RAL CLASSIC colours are available: the classic RAL 9005 Jet black and RAL 9010 Pure white in high gloss, but also loud colours such as RAL 4003 Heather violet or RAL 6013 Reed green.
Flag of the federal republic of Germany
The flag of the federal republic of Germany is a national emblem and symbol of state. The Germany national flag is a tricolor out of three equally sized horizontal bars with an aspect ratio of 3:5, in RAL colours 9005, 3020 and 1021.
Horse trailers that look anything but boring are available through the company Humbaur, also in different RAL CLASSIC shades such as RAL 1004 Golden yellow and RAL 3007 Black red.
Loewe 3D Orchestra in RAL colours
With "3D Orchestra" Loewe is introducing an integrated Wireless 3D Home Cinema Speaker System for the first time. 3D Orchestra offers a modern look and the best sound. With four or more speakers, the listener is surrounded by the sound from all sides. The product is available in different RAL colours.
The brand CUBIC from KWS SCHIESTL in Austria stands for unusual seating furniture in extraordinary colours – for example the RAL DESIGN system colours RAL 100 80 60 and RAL 240 60 40.
Richter Spezial, an internationally acting supplier for transport equipment, offers its powder-coated barrow in the colour Vermilion (RAL CLASSIC 2002).
Satellite dishes "Mouse, elephant and duck"
The young company camidoo from Bielefeld got a licensing agreement from the broadcasting station WDR, which gives them the exclusive right to print the famous cartoon characters mouse, elephant and duck on satellite dishes. The colours RAL 2008 Bright red orange, RAL 1021 Colza yellow, RAL 5005 Signal blue and RAL 8024 Beige brown give the mouse and her friends their distinctive appearance.
Pass for disabled persons
The German Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs listed the plastics colours RAL 120 80 30 P and 040 80 20P in its specifications for the new pass for disabled persons. Both colours are part of the colour standard for plastics, RAL PLASTICS P2.
On occasion of the Solingen trade fair, the designer Christoph Thomsen created the official Solingen dress in the RAL CLASSIC colour RAL 1023 Traffic yellow. The city limit sign served as an inspiration.
The Workplace Depot
RAL CLASSIC colours are used for WMF’s hotel collection „Pure Exclusiv Colours“.
Opening bridge "Prayer of Shadow"
The spectacular bridge over the Amstel is coated in RAL 6007 Bottle green. Within the space of a minute, this high-tech-bridge in Vrouwenakker (south of Amsterdam) can be raised or lowered.
A 15-metre-wide, 15.6-metre-long lever arm weighing 84.6 tons opens and closes the bridge. Like an insect, the bridge sits over the Amstel, a small river that divides the provinces Noord- und Zuid-Holland. The dark green colouring was chosen on purpose: That way, the contours of the elegant bridge slowly dissolve at dusk.