“This award speaks to the strength of our team and the versatility of our company,” said BrightBox Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer Patrick McDonough. “There is no higher print honor than a Premier Print Award. This is a real testament to the perfection we strive to bring our clients every day.”
The Premier Print Awards are the most prestigious international print competition. Thousands of firms and printers from around the world enter each year, all of them hoping for the chance to take home the distinguished honor of Best Of Category - the Benny statue. The Benny has become a universally recognized symbol for excellence in the printing industry. To come out on top, an entry must display perfection from design to completion, embodying end-to-end flawlessness in print production. The judges honor this standard to such an extent that a winner is not declared in every category.
BrightBox secured the awards for its Houston First Corporation Brand Analysis Presentation. In a twist on printed media, the firm used actual printing plates as the book covers. The plate emulsion begins as a deep green, similar to BrightBox’s brand colors, and develops a patina over time - going from green to a golden brown shade. Its corners were rounded and it was bound with silver wire. The presentation’
BrightBox is an award-winning, brand-focused marketing and design firm serving companies spanning various industries. BrightBox provides clients operating in markets around the world with a wide range of services including brand strategy, graphic design, animation, video production, copy writing, public relations, web development, and marketing communications. The company has grown tremendously over the past few years with the creation of InkBox printing, a full service print house as well as ShowBox Exhibits, a manufacturer of tradeshow booths and displays.
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