Olympiaregion Seefeld Edition Flaska
The Seefeld tourism community in Austria has its own Flaska!
Seefeld (co)hosted Olympics in Innsbruck twice. Today, this is a popular tourist resort in winter as well as summer time. Nearby, there is the source of the river Izar which is said to have been a holy water spring since the Middle Ages.
And it is this spring that the story of the Flaska Olympiaregion Seefeld Edition is connected to. In Seefeld, Akiko Stein, the representative of the Emoto Peace Project, acquainted us with the representatives of the local tourist organisation. In her laboratory, Akiko made photographs of the crystals from the Izar spring. At that time, we co-created the shared story of the Masaru Emoto Peace Project.
An idea was followed by an idea, a word was followed by a word, and Silke, a colleague in the Emoto Peace Project and an active member of the Seefeld local community, was excited about the idea of Seefeld having its own Flaska. Her contagious enthusiasm convinced the other representatives of the local tourist organisation as well.
The illustrator Simon Sanda made a stylised version of a crystal from the Izar spring and the beautiful Flaska was created which you can see in the photo – the Olympiaregion Seefeld Edition Flaska. We are satisfied and proud that it has become part of such an interesting story with a long tradition.