For The PRINT after 40 years Awards The design industry has taken the pulse. Since 2020, a global contest has been held to determine the winners of the 2024 Print. Awards reflect—and celebrate—a range of visual design trends, such as a blend of technological advancements, creative explorations in type, texture, and color, and user-centric approaches in both print and digital—an exciting year for us all!

New This year’s categories recognize the dynamic nature of the design industry and the many ways that designers work with clients, the brands and experiences they represent. We You can also find out more about the following: Brand Identities The following is a list of the most recent and relevant articles. Brand Campaigns. Packaging Design Taken a lead role Our Brand Collaborations Campaigns that bring together brands, artists and organizations in order to reach a wider audience, expand industry boundaries and address social issues are considered category campaigns.

The The award-winning works reflected aesthetic trends, such as the mixing of fonts and weights.

Left You can also find out more about the following: Right: Hey Barista Magazine | Oatly; Nuit Blanche Tapei | Left Brain; Upside | Erica Holman Design

In Packaging Design The following are some examples of how to get started: Illustration The following are some examples of how to get started: Posters, our jury has identified a tendency towards vintage minimalism as well as 70s nostalgia.

Left You can also find out more about the following:DLR Right: Golden Hour | Golden Hour Wellness; Joystick Jazz | HandMade Monsters; Minnesota Twins History Poster | DLR Group

Type Design—always a resource for cutting-edge creativity—included work ranging from bubble type combined with texture You can also find out more about the following: a dynamic font creation process using AI The following are some examples of how to get started: machine learning techniques.

Left to Right: Life Less Scary | Dunn&Co; Handy Type | Rozi Zhu

The Data Visualization and Motion Design The categories include exciting examples of retro- and progressive-style creativity. Entries Included innovative data visualizations, infographics and stop-motion animations that are visually pleasing and engaging. Honoring Both old and new entries found ways to present complex concepts and data in an easily digestible format. Entries The following are some examples of how to use IX/UX Design Multi-sensory cues, such as street sounds and music, made it possible to access a wide range of information. Printed The work also tapped into the user experience and highlighted the importance of form and haptics to create memorable brand experiences.

Clockwise: City Pulse 2023 | Gensler Research Institute; Origins | The Office You can also find out more about the following:VSA Ordinary Things The following are some examples of how to use D&K Printing; Sappi Holiday Kit | VSA Partners for Sappi North America

We We hope you are as excited as us about this year’s PRINT family. Awards winners! BelowYou can view the names of the winners, their project descriptions and images of their work on the Monadnock Award, Citizen Design, Professional Best You can also find out more about the following: Show, Student Best You can also find out more about the following: Show, Editors’ Choice. Agency The cheapest way to buy a car is by using the Year.

Over We’ll be sharing project descriptions of every category in the next few weeks so you can see the range of creativity and innovation of this year’s awards.


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Monadnock Award

Recipes The following are some examples of how to use Impact
Mark Kaminski, Alina Kosmala – Compass Group
USA

“Recipes for Impact,” is a collaborative project between BLK & BOLD and CanteenDesigned by Mark Kaminski You can also check out our other articles. Compass Group. This The book’s design and artistic excellence are not only outstanding, but it also has a significant impact on society.

“Recipes for Impact” This book is much more than a collection of coffee and tea recipes; it’s a testament to thoughtful brand initiatives that focus on community. Crafted You can also find out more about Monadnock’s Each page is printed on premium sustainable paper. This book represents a shared commitment towards environmental responsibility. BLK & BOLD’s initiative, ‘5% For Our YouthThe ‘, which directs the proceeds to children in need, is perfectly aligned with Monadnock’s A positive impact is made in every aspect of the work.

The The talented design team is led by Mark Kaminski The following are some examples of how to get started: Alina Kosmala, utilized Monadnock’s Astrolite Paper brings their barista-tested, vibrant recipes to life. This This choice enhanced not only the visual appeal of this project but also ensured its environmental integrity.

Additional credits:
Alina Kosmala; Printer, Walsworth

Citizen Design Award

Read Queer Books
Leila Taylor- Brooklyn Public Library
USA

During Pride, Brooklyn Public Library The history of LGBTQIA+ was celebrated, with a look back on progress and a forward-looking future. This As a reaction to the violence, oppression and discriminatory laws targeting queer communities that are increasing, Brooklyn Public Library Commissioned a unique work of art that invoked freedom, resistance and rebellion. As The design team focused on the importance of reading and urging people not to erase or suppress LGBTQIA+ voices. Read Queer Books.

Additional credits:
Illustration, Isip Xin; Copywriter, Lauren Rochford; Production Manager, Jack Cavicchi; Senior Digital Marketing Manager, Jenn Proffitt

Professional Best You can also find out more about the following: Show Award

BYMAKBAS Seasonal Stationery
MAKBAS Print Studio
Kuwait

“The Ramadan Series” This collection is designed to celebrate the Ramadan Fasting, community gatherings, and worship are all part of this season. The The series includes:

“Ramadan Sparkle” Cards: Hot Stamped cards with foil to give them a festive shine; “Rays of Ramadhan” Cards: Blind Embossed cards to make a bold declaration; “Ramadhan Scene” Cards: Modern Neon screen printing on architectural line art evokes fluorescent lights to guide people home.

For A spiritual touch is added to the collection by: “Written in the Stars” Envelopes: Featuring Matte gold and silver foils to create a scene at night with shooting stars. “The Hijri Set”: Embossed Marking the patterns with gold foil Islamic The calendar starts with migration.

Additionally. The series encourages gratitude by: “COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS” JournalThis compact journal is inspired by the traditional practice of counting sheep before bedtime to promote calm.

LastlyTo embrace the tranquility of the season: “No Pressure” Notebooks: Five Separate notebooks in one. This promotes freedom and creative thinking without the pressures of lists.

The Collection concludes with: “Over the moon” Envelopes: Designed The following are some examples of how to use EidThese envelopes are a great way to show children how happy they will be when they receive their money. They feature night skies, city lights, and fluorescent screen printing. “Ramadhan Scene” Theme Eid celebrations.

Student Best You can also find out more about the following: Show

Damaged Goods
Doyeon Kim – School of Visual Arts
USA

Damaged Goods It is a newspaper that focuses on film photography. ‘Damaged Goods are items that are damaged, cracked, or scratched and are no longer desirable. But This newspaper is quite the opposite. In Film photography, damaged or ruined film, and its unexpected moments have a certain aesthetic appeal. Every The page is damaged in some way and exposed to the light, even if it looks good. The Names of journalists and film cameras are placed in an unorthodox way to express the unpredictable moments the camera captures. Doyeon focused on the art direction of this newspaper– photo selection, color and type choices, and even the photo direction.

Editors’ Choice

Studio Museum The following are some examples of how to use Harlem | Website Redesign
Base Design
USA

Founded The year 1968 was the Studio Museum The following are some examples of how to use Harlem This site is dedicated artists of African The museum is a combination of a studio and gallery for young artists. Rooted The following are some examples of how to use Harlem’s Cultural legacy is the hub of dynamic discussions and exchanges regarding art and society.

As The museum, as it prepared to move, wanted to redesign its website to improve accessibility and reflect the vibrant spirit of community. BaseNYC was asked to create an engaging online platform which reflected the museum’s dynamic spirit.

Inspired By: Harlem’s Brownstone Stoops is the new website that emulates an energetic meeting place with sounds and voices. It reflects the lively atmosphere of the museum. The The focus is now on the artists and their works, with audio and video clips being peripheral. “chatter” The animated essence of the Studio Museum.

Additional credits:
Mirek Nisenbaum, Min Lew, Andrey Starkov, Harry Laverty, Ross Gendels, Marc Hill, Masha Basyrova, Vivian Valentin, Artem Lyustik, Sergei Khegai, Volha Trehubava, Jerry Johnston, Ji Park

Agency The cheapest way to buy a car is by using the Year

John Kudos – KASA Collective
USA

KASA Collective Is an international design agency which creates interactive experiences in public, corporate and cultural spaces. Their Storytelling, design, technology, and multimedia installations are used to engage audiences. KASA Collective It is a collaborative effort between two award winning agencies, KUDOS Design Collaboratory The following are some examples of how to get started: ConduitOver the last 20 years, they have collaborated on many complex projects. The 2D, 3D and 4D design are all areas of expertise for agencies. 

This KASA Collective First place in the category “Best of the Best” Environmental Design The following are some examples of how to use Black Power You can also find out more about the following: Black People Exhibition Second place in the same category at the exhibition Made The following are some examples of how to use Japan. John KudosKUDOS Design Collaboratory Also, took second place in Self-Promotions His beautiful 2024 ONE Love Calendar.

Additional credits:
Art Director, Ashley Wu; Designer, Fay Qiu; Project Manager, Amanda Knott; 3D Renderer, Imam Fadillah; Design Intern, Saskia Wulandiarti; Photography, Samuel Sachs Morgan


Professional Honorees

Advertising

First PlaceGeorgetown Optician – Adventures The A-TeamEye | Pum Lefebure | Design Army
Second Place—BMW Motorrad – StoriedBMW – 100 Years of BMW Motorcycling | Justin Page | The Simple Machine

Annual Reports

First Place—SPH This Year 2023 | Susan Prentiss | Boston University, Creative Services
Second Place—Smithsonian Annual Report 2022 | Jason Mannix | Polygraph
Third Place—The Future It is a good idea to use a bilingual translator Nuclear, Bruce Power Annual Review The following are some examples of how to get started: Energy Report | Erin Grandmaison | Bruce Power

Books—Covers/Jackets          

First Place—Opinions | Robin Bilardello | Harper
Second Place—Evil Eye | Milan Bozic | Harper
Third Place—Feminist Designer: On You can also find out more about the following: Personal Then, there is the Political The following are some examples of how to use Design | Alison Place | University of Arkansas

Books—Entire Package

First Place—Milton Glaser. POP| Mirko Ilic | Mirko Ilic Corp.
Second Place—Type Something For Me | Joyce Shi | G Axis Press
Third Place—Alucinação | Felipe Goes | Felipe Goes Designer

Branding—Campaigns

First Place—SXSW 2024: Global Reframing | Luigi Maldonado | Guerilla Suit
Second Place—East Side Pies | Michael Tabie | Guerilla Suit
Third Place—Central Market Passport Portugal | Dana Nixon | *TraceElement

Branding—Collaborations

First Place—2023 Nuit Blanche Taipei – Time You can also find out more about the following: Rise Up | Shih-Yu Cheng | Left Brain
Second Place—2023 Romantic Route 3 – Falabidbog | Shih-Yu Cheng | Left Brain
Third Place—Confronting Design | Kyle Meyer | One Design Company

Branding—Identities & Identity Systems

First Place—The National Museum The following are some examples of how to use Krakow | Emilka Bojańczyk & Zuzanna Charkiewicz | Podpunkt Studio
Second Place—Portuguese Government | Studio Eduardo Aires
Third Place—GUILD | COLLINS

Brochures & Catalogs

First Place—Naked Trails | Kyle Poff | Leo Burnett Chicago
Second Place—MCA NOW | Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago Design Studio
Third Place—l.a.Eyeworks Booklet | Becca Lofchie Studio

Citizen Design Award

First Place—Read Queer Books | Leila Taylor | Brooklyn Public Library
Second Place—2023 Manatee Pride Festival – Joining Together You can also find out more about the following: Celebrate Our Community | Craig Byers | Studio Craig Byers
Third Place—The “Q Deck”- LGBTQ+ Educational Cards | Kelly Holohan | Holohan Design

Concept Work

First Place—Orb Time Font (OTF) | Raven Mo          
Second Place—Hand | Miki Kawamura 
Third Place—Afar: Cultural Cards | Andy Vera Design

Data Visualization & Information Design

First Place—City Pulse 2023: The Future You can also find out more about the following: Central Business Districts | Minjung Lee | Gensler Research Institute
Second Place—203 X Infographics | Sung Hwan Jang | Infographics Lab 203
Third Place—Global Workplace Survey Comparison 2023 | Minjung Lee | Gensler Research Institute

Design The following are some examples of how to use Social Impact

First Place—Foundry Field | Clinton Carlson Design | University of Notre Dame
Second Place—One Small Step, Integrated Campaign | I/D.W Studio
Third Place—Curt Bloch It is Onderwater-Cabaret | Thilo von Debschitz | Q

Editorial

First Place—The North Face – 50 Years You can also find out more about the following: Parkas Zine | Justin Colt | The Collected Works
Second Place—Hey Barista magazine | Chloe Scheffe & Natalie Shields | Oatly
Third Place—HUE, The Magazine FIT The Fashion Institute You can also find out more about the following: Technology: Fall 2023 | Alexander Isley | Alexander Isley Inc.

Environmental Design

First Place—Black Power You can also find out more about the following: Black People Exhibition | John Kudos | KASA Collective
Second Place—Made The following are some examples of how to use Japan Exhibition | John Kudos | KASA Collective
Third Place—Art Deco: Commercializing You can also find out more about the following: Avant-Garde | Ola Baldych | Poster House

Handlettering & Type Design

First Place—Handy Type | Rozi Zhu   
Second Place—Life Less Scary – Alphabet | Mitchell Goodrich | Dunn&Co.
Third Place—The Typography The a Genius Industry | Gaetano Grizzanti | Univisual

Illustration

First Place—Metropolitan Transportation Authority Courtesy Campaign | Ricky Sethiadi | MTA Marketing
Second Place—Joystick Jazz | Mark Borgions | HandMade Monsters
Third Place—Simple Mills Illustrations | Ellie Schwartz | Design B&B

In-House

First Place—BYMAKBAS Seasonal Stationery | MAKBAS Print Studio
Second Place—Lunatix NFT Collection | Ben Morris Sketch | Unilever
Third Place—Cannes 2023 | Luisa Baeta | Axios

Invitations & Announcements

First Place—Marwen Invitations | Brian Berk | Leo Burnett Chicago
Second Place—Monroe Community College Foundation Gold Star Gala Invitations | Jewel Mastrodonato | Dixon Schwabl + Company
Third Place—American Heart Association Gala Invitation Suite | Hana Snell | Caliber Creative

IX/UX Design

First Place—Studio Museum The following are some examples of how to use Harlem Website Redesign | Base Design
Second Place—theo Transformation Advisory Website | Hana Snell | Caliber Creative
Third Place—Fearless Website | Rony Dixon | Texas Tech University

Logos

First Place—Turks Head | CF Napa Brand Design
Second Place—Benny’s Bike Shop | Sam Allan | Onfire. Design
Third Place—Kinetic Identity | David  Sieren | One Design Company

Motion Graphics & Video

First Place—Santé: Designed By: Patrick Norguet | Molly Skonieczny | Tolleson
Second Place—Doris Duke Foundation: When Artists Thrive, We All Thrive | Bryce Bizer | None Other
Third Place—Dieline Awards 2024 | Justin Colt | The Collected Works

Outdoor & Billboards

First Place—Life Less Scary | Stephanie Morrison | Dunn&Co.
Second Place—I Am Toronto Pearson | Joshua Duchesne | Made by Emblem
Third Place—Dream Streetcar | Matt Wegerer | Whiskey Design

Packaging

First Place—Lou Reed / Words & Music / May 1965 – Special Edition | Masaki Koike | Phyx Design
Second Place—Golden Hour | Miles | Golden Hour Wellness
Third Place—The Grappler | CF Napa Brand Design

Photography

First Place—HP OMEN – Choose Fun | Ethan Scott | Designory

Posters

First Place—Upside | Erica Holeman | Erica Holeman Design
Second Place—Minnesota Twins History Poster | Jovaney Hollingsworth | DLR Group
Third Place—Negro Leagues Baseball Museum (Kansas City Monarchs) | Jovaney Hollingsworth | DLR Group

Self-Promotions

First Place—Origins | The Office of Ordinary Things The following are some examples of how to use D&K Printing
Second Place—2024 ONE LOVE Calendar | John Kudos | KUDOS Design Collaboratory
Third Place—2023 Sappi Holiday Kit | VSA Partners The following are some examples of how to use Sappi North America


Student Honorees

Advertising

First Place—Literary Mixtape | NaRe Hong | School You can also find out more about the following: Visual Arts
Second Place—Stuf By: Oreo | Elyza Nachimson | School You can also find out more about the following: Visual Arts
Third Place—Verizon | Hongjin Li | School You can also find out more about the following: Visual Arts

Annual Reports

First Place—Victims First Annual Report | Aurora Schaefer | University You can also find out more about the following: North Texas

Books—Covers/Jackets

First Place—Zubaan | Ariana Gupta | School You can also find out more about the following: Visual Arts
Second Place—Speaking The following are some examples of how to use Tongues | Yoon Seo Kim | School You can also find out more about the following: Visual Arts
Third Place—Artist Book | Jiawen Zhang | School You can also find out more about the following: Visual Arts

Books—Entire Package

First Place—Bento You can also find out more about the following: Memories | Shiyao Wu
Second Place—Dos Palmares | Maί­ra dos Palmares Santana
Third Place—Six-Legged Book | Seo Jin Lee | School You can also find out more about the following: Visual Arts

Branding—Identities & Identity Systems

First Place—Museum The cheapest way to buy a car is by using the Moving Image | Mina Son | School You can also find out more about the following: Visual Arts
Second Place—POT.ION | Mina Son | School You can also find out more about the following: Visual Arts
Third Place—Found Sound Music Festival | Don Park | School You can also find out more about the following: Visual Arts

Brochures & Catalogs

First Place—FORM | Fiona Tran | Drexel University

Citizen Design Award 

First Place—Lampião da Esquina | Pedro Melo | Federal University You can also find out more about the following: Rio De Janeiro

Data Visualization & Information Design

First Place—Street Gum Dots Marching Symphony | Jae Young Kim | Pratt Institute
Second Place—Fashion, Beauty The following are some examples of how to get started: Post-Colonial Perceptions | Joumana Ibrahim | Savannah College You can also find out more about the following: Art The following are some examples of how to get started: Design
Third Place—Me, My Languages| Joumana Ibrahim | Savannah College You can also find out more about the following: Art The following are some examples of how to get started: Design

Design The following are some examples of how to use Social Impact

First Place—Elephant The room | Eason Yang
Second Place—Phantom Limbs: Design Interventions The following are some examples of how to get started: Site-specific Storytelling | Veronica Tsai | Art Center College You can also find out more about the following: Design
Third Place—Ace Week | Nicole Tocco | Savannah College You can also find out more about the following: Art The following are some examples of how to get started: Design

Editorial

First Place—Damaged Goods | Doyeon Kim | School You can also find out more about the following: Visual Arts
Second Place—Experiments The following are some examples of how to use Type Zine | Yerin Lee | School You can also find out more about the following: Visual Arts
Third Place—Gestalt Tattoo | Jung Youn Kim

Environmental Design

First Place—Bike Lane Parking Preventer | Yoon Seo Kim | School You can also find out more about the following: Visual Arts
Second Place—Elephant The room | Eason Yang
Third Place—Fidelis: Study The following are some examples of how to use Fraktur Calligraphy | Conner Gayda | Jacksonville State University

Handlettering & Type Design

First Place—Up In The Air Gonggi Typography | Jae Young Kim | Pratt Institute
Second Place—Amunet Type | Xinyu Liu | School You can also find out more about the following: Visual Arts
Third Place—Bird Words| Jada Merritt | California Institute The cheapest way to buy a car is by using the Arts

Illustration

First Place—Stilts, Bears & Skeletons | Heike Scharrer | Cambridge School You can also find out more about the following: Arts
Second Place—Xiaoyun Tian | Xiaoyun Tian | Cambridge School You can also find out more about the following: Arts
Third Place—Gulf Horizons Illustrations | Jazmine Garcia | University You can also find out more about the following: North Texas

IX/UX Design

First Place—Deafinite | Jingxin Xu | School You can also find out more about the following: Visual Arts
Second Place—Sproute App Prototype | Zach Hall | University You can also find out more about the following: North Texas
Third Place—Trash Panda App Prototype | Macy McClish | University You can also find out more about the following: North Texas

Logos

First Place—Architectural Digest | Mishen Liu | Art Center College You can also find out more about the following: Design
Second Place—Tiger Ale | Emily Brown | The University You can also find out more about the following: Texas Arlington

Motion Graphics & Video

First Place—Mirage | Jeffrey Xiyang Su, Hanson Ma, Michael Wang | Art Center College You can also find out more about the following: Design
Second Place—Happy Little Birthday | Juni Kweon | Art Center College You can also find out more about the following: Design
Third Place—Rapp Snitch Knishes | Audrey Whang | School You can also find out more about the following: Visual Arts

Outdoor & Billboards

First Place—Spy | Ting Jui Chang | School You can also find out more about the following: Visual Arts
Second Place—Go Skateboarding Day | Hyowon Kwon | School You can also find out more about the following: Visual Arts
Third Place—Elevating Everyday Sounds | Chuanyuan Lin | School You can also find out more about the following: Visual Arts

Packaging

First Place—Horsepower Cold Brew Coffee | Vasavi Bubna| School You can also find out more about the following: Visual Arts
Second Place—Dark Energy | Eshaan Sojatia | Rochester Institute You can also find out more about the following: Technology
Third Place—Never Will | Rabiya Gupta | School You can also find out more about the following: Visual Arts

Photography

First Place—The Dream | Emily Brown | University You can also find out more about the following: Texas Arlington

Posters

First Place—Alzheimer’s Poster | Emily Brown | University You can also find out more about the following: Texas Arlington
Second Place—Barely Hanging On | Sean Howes | University You can also find out more about the following: North Texas
Third Place—Synesthesia | Jia Li | School You can also find out more about the following: Visual Arts

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