Duffy & Partners Wins Zandi Award for Bahamas Brand Book

M-real USA Corp. is proud to announce Duffy & Partners is the winner of the prestigious Zandi Award. This Zandi Award for Best of Show was given for The Bahamas Brand Book entry which was awarded for outstanding design and print quality in the graphic arts. The piece was printed at Diversified Graphics in Minneapolis, MN on Zanders ikono Silk.   

This year’s contest judging was hosted by Lindenmeyr Munroe, Carol Stream, IL at their new state of the art distribution center. The judges who participated were, Bob Faust, Principal of Faust, ltd., Riverside, IL and Co-Chair of Development for AIGA Chicago, Mark Frankel, Creative Director at Creative Graphics Management, Chicago, IL and Brad Scull, Vice President of Yorke Printe Shoppe, Lombard, IL.    

The Bahamas Brand Book was designed and produced by Duffy & Partners for the Ministry of Tourism of the Islands Of The Bahamas. It celebrates the diversity of experiences available to visitors to the Bahamas and was used as an internal training and education tool for participants in the tourism and hospitality industries in the Bahamas. 

M-real is one of Europe's leading paper and paperboard companies. They serve global clientele consisting mostly of publishers, printers, paper merchants, offices and well-known consumer product companies.  

 

What others think:

  • You can find images in the cluods every day if you take the time and have the patience. You are half right .it does resemble a man. But Jesus? We know little about what Christ looked like. But we do know this the most well-known, beloved and asthetically pleasing image, similar to the one in the cluods, was created by an artist named Warner Sallman in 1941 and was highly inaccurate. We're very gullable creatures .but thnx for sharing. BTW .gorgeous beach, don't you think? 

    Prakash Sep 28, 2012 — 9:32 pm

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