FESPA Awards 2019 Announced

Announced May 15 in Munich.
FESPA Awards 2019 Announced

FESPA (Dorking, Sussex, England) announced the winners of this year’s FESPA Awards at FESPA’s annual Gala Dinner, which took place on Wednesday May 15 at Löwenbräukeller in Munich, Germany, during FESPA Global Print Expo 2019.

FESPA 2019 Awards - Young Star gold winner

The Young Star Award, was presented to design student, Antonio Tsigonias, of T.E.I. Athens, Department of Graphic Arts Technology in Greece for his entry titled “Garden Team”. The Young Star Award is marked across all print-related categories and open to entrants aged between 16 and 25 working as a junior employee, trainee or student. 

FESPA 2019 Awards - People's Choice winner

The People’s Choice Award winner, which is voted for online by FESPA’s global specialty print community, was presented to PVG'S Maharashtra Institute of Printing Technology in India for their entry titled “Screen Printing Graphics” submitted in the Young Star category.

FESPA 2019 Awards - Best in Show (screen)

The Best in Show Award is judged across all categories on the work that the judges felt represented the most outstanding example of print. This year the award was presented to two companies, Atelier fuer Siebdruck (pictured above) from Switzerland, for its screen printed entry “Creativ Verpacken” in the Serigraphies and Fine Art category and VGL (pictured at top) from the United Kingdom for its digitally printed entry “Beefeater Gin Underground Poster Campaign” in the Posters category.

For a full list of the FESPA Award winners and runners up, visit fespaglobalprintexpo.com.
 

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