Sydney based Momento Pro won the highest accolade at this year’s National Print Awards in Sydney, with its work Omar + Suzi’s wedding celebration taking home the Ball & Doggett Judges Award.
Momento’s wedding album was also given the gold in Limited Edition.
Adams Print from Geelong secured the most gold awards, winning four in total across Leaflets, flyers or brochures; Books – offset, Innovative Reinvention along with winning the coveted Highly Commended Award.
The event took place in Brighton Lakes Recreation and Golf Club in Moorebank, western Sydney.
Andrew Macaulay, CEO of the PIAA says, “There will be an exhibition of the winners in Parliament House, where politicians will see work from the industry. We are inviting our members to write to their MPs. Every suburb has a printer and they should have a stronger voice.
“Be sure to have your friends and other printers get involved. We want to celebrate print.”
[Related: Adams Print tops Vic PICAs]
Rio Chard, marketing and business development manager of Scott Print in Perth won the Media Super Young Executive of the Year Award. The company was also presented with the Environment award.
Digitalpress won three gold, taking home first place for the Regional/Small Business Printing Award, Booklets, Catalogues and Magazines – saddle stitch, and being one of two winners alongside Perth’s Quality Press for gold in Books – digital.
Nulab Group received gold awards for Multi piece productions and campaigns and Specialty Printing.
Rawson Print Co came first in Packaging and in Self-Promotion, while Multi-Color Corporation took the gold for Labels- other than offset and Embellishments.
The Colour Chiefs received gold for Books, Brochures and Annual Reports along with Promotion.
Other gold winners for the night included Whirlwind Print for Books – hybrid, Eckersley Group for Booklets, Catalogues and Magazines – glue binding, James Print for offset labels, Blue Star for Point of Sale, Vekta in Direct Mail, Rooster IMC for Large Format Applications, Platypus Graphics for Annual Reports; Chapel Press for Stationery, Ellipsis in 3D Print and Pep Central in Branding & Identity.
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