Record number of entries received for HP 2022 National Sign & Graphics Awards

A record setting 478 entries were received across 22 categories for the HP 2022 National Sign & Graphics Awards – the highest number since the awards commenced in 2008.

According to the Australian Sign & Graphics Association, organiser of the awards, entries were received from far and wide – from Townsville to Perth, and even New Zealand.

With the judging process over, ASGA member liaison and events manager Michael Punch said the details of the winners will be kept closely guarded as he finalises details of the awards presentation.

The dinner will be held at the Aviary Crown, Crown Melbourne on 28 June.

Australian stand-up comedian, actor, TV and radio presenter, Dave Thornton will be emceeing the evening.

“The presentation dinner will showcase the winning entries as the winners are announced. With outstanding entries across all categories reflecting exceptional technique, creativity and engineering feats, and a highly entertaining Dave Thornton presenting the awards, this dinner promises to be a fantastic night for all,” Punch said.

“Even if you did not enter the awards, if you are attending PacPrint, why not come along and be inspired as you enjoy an industry celebratory drinks and dinner at the Crown Casino?

“The rooftop venue is world-class with Melbourne city lights forming the backdrop. It presents a great opportunity to network with peers and colleagues and to see what others are doing across the many areas that make up the sign industry.”

PacPrint is scheduled to take place on 28 June to 1 July, in Melbourne with another awards ceremony – the 39th National Print Awards – to happen in 30 June.

Andrew Barnett – a familiar face to Fox Sports viewers – has been confirmed as the entertainment for the 39th National Print Awards Presentation Dinner.

“Andrew is described as warm, personable and hilarious, and widely acclaimed for his relaxed style which belies a quick mind and razor-sharp wit,” president of host organisation the PVCA, Peter Clark, said.

Click here to book tickets for the National Print Awards and click here to purchase tickets for the HP 2022 National Sign & Graphics Awards.

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