Antalis has announced the winners of its 2018 Review awards, with six printers picking up trophies.
The awards ceremony was held last night (18 September) at central London venue Circus, with circus-themed entertainment to mark the event’s 27th year.
This year the awards were split into six design and six print categories, with an overall winner for each. All the entries had to be produced using papers from the Antalis range.
Antalis marketing director Ian Webb lauded the “exceptional work being done” in both design and print.
“We hope that by recognising some of these stand-out projects and sharing this work with the wider industry it will serve as inspiration for the current and upcoming generations of designers and printers alike,” he said.
The printing category winners were:
Reports – annual/interim: Absolute Group, London for Ted Baker R&A 2018
Brochures: Opal Print, Bath for Carpathia
Direct mail/stationery/cards: RNG Creative Impressions, Tunbridge Wells for L’Artisan Parfumeur
Magazines: Push London for Permanent Style
Catalogues/Books: Boss Print, London for Cartographic Colour
Retail/Luxury Packaging/Point of Sale: FE Burman, London for Everyone the Same, Everyone Different
The overall print winner was Opal Print for the Carpathia brochure, designed by The English Group.
In the design categories, the winners were:
Reports – annual/interim: Socio Design for Capital quarterly reports 2018 (printed by Identity Print)
Brochures: City Edition Studio for Indifferent Cresses (printed by Taylor Brothers Bristol)
Direct mail/stationery/cards: StudioSmall for Gail’s Bakery (printed by Gavin Martin Colournet)
Magazines: B.A.M. for Christie’s magazine (printed by Park Communications and Geoff Neal Group)
Catalogues/Books: StudioSmall for Begg & Co lookbooks (printed by Push London)
Retail/Luxury Packaging/Point of Sale: Gunter Piekarski for Lush by the Hand & Flowers launch pack (printed by FE Burman and Screaming Colour)
The overall design winner was StudioSmall for the Begg & Co lookbooks, printed by Push London.
Antalis creative papers director Rob Mannix added: “There’s something really powerful inside The Review and it’s our job to share that with more people.”
The merchant also used the event to preview the second edition of the Paper Book swatch book for ArjoWiggins creative papers, including the expanded Keaykolour range which now comes in 48 colours. The new edition comes in a handy ‘brick’ format and features NFC functionality using PowerCoat Alive, which allows RFID technology to be sandwiched inbetween two sheets of creative papers.