D.C.-based Harper Macaw and Design Army are highlighting D.C.’s positive, creative side by bringing much-needed sweetness – and chocolate – to politics.
According to the firms, the Political Collection “literally wears its politics on its sleeve with 6 deliberately divisive red, white, and blue-wrapped designs. Now everyone can show their true colors, make a statement, and taunt their opponents — with chocolate. Is this be the beginning of a kinder, sweeter Washington?”
Harper Macaw describes itself as “a bean-to-bar fine chocolate maker that is turning chocolate into a force for tropical reforestation. The DC-based company sources cacao from select farms in Brazil’s Atlantic and Amazon rainforests — two of the world’s most threatened biomes — and works with NGO partners to reinvest a portion of each sale in rainforest restoration and protection.”
Design Army is a “design-centric company partners with its clients to create highly stylized 360 degree campaigns, develop new products, and bring innovative business building ideas (like the Political collection) vibrantly to life. Founded by husband and wife creative team, Pum Lefebure and Jake Lefebure, Design Army collaborates with a mix of local and national brands including The Washington Ballet, Neenah paper, The Ritz-Carlton, Bloomingdale’s and The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.”