We never set out to design a project simply to win an award. However, when our client projects receive national awards, it reflects well on the client and on us—and justifies what we do and how well we do it!
Corporate Identity is an annual showing of the best identity design in
the U.S.A. This competition includes complete identity programs from
giants as well as logo designs from small businesses. Each year, American
Corporate Identity shows a cross-section of the best designs from all
across America for that year. More than 6,000 entries are received each
year, and fewer than 500 are included.
"Logo 2002 Award" for global publication; three logos developed in 2002
Bronze Medal for Design, International Print Council - Design Competition, 1990, 1994
First Place for Design, Photography Information Council, 1995
Gold Award for Logo Design, National Gold Ink Awards, 1997, 1998
Silver Award for Design Excellence, National Gold Ink Awards, 1994, 1996
Silver Medal for Design, International Print Council - Design Competition, 1997
Winner, Creativity 26, National Book Cover Design competition. The Creativity 26 Annual, published in 1997, covers over a quarter- century and displays the best work in print advertising, TV, and collateral material. They sent out a call for entries and over 12,000 individual entries flooded in to this competition from all over the world. In many ways, it was a remarkable flood, primarily reflecting the swift development of quality work available once mainly from New York to a global access. Out of that access came a global visual language in the form of brand names, trademarks, logos, images, and, in a fashion, a way of life.