Diamond Packaging Wins Six Awards in 2020 Gold Ink Awards Competition
Competition recognizes the highest level of print quality, technical difficulty, and overall visual effect.
Diamond won a Silver Award in the "Calendars" category for its 2020 corporate calendar, a popular promotional item given to customers and prospects.
The 2020 "Making Music" calendar pays tribute to an American icon – the electric guitar. The inspiration?
Diamond won a Silver Award in the "Folding Cartons" category for Procter & Gamble's Crest Gum and Breath Purify Healthy White packaging.
Overprinting transparent inks over holographic cold foil creates shimmering metallic effects on the Crest logo, intersecting radial pattern, and text.
Multi-level embossed foil accents add dimension and provide an upscale appearance unique to personal care products.
Diamond won a Pewter Award in the "Folding Cartons" category for Abercrombie & Fitch's Naturally Fierce packaging.
Printing on the uncoated side of SBS combined with an overall matte UV coating creates a striking contrast to the gloss of the silver foil.
Hot foil stamped and embossed accents on add distinction to the packaging and reinforce Fierce as a prestige brand.
Diamond won a Pewter Award in the "Folding Cartons" category for Inter Parfums' Oscar de la Renta Bella Essence packaging.
The design incorporates a white outline that, by turns, highlights the radiant floral pattern or disappears when the package is angled, drawing attention to the embossing.
Diamond won a Pewter Award in the "Folding Cartons" category for Parlux Fragrances' Illuminare Vince Camuto packaging.
The graphic design incorporates soft gradients that simulates radiating light. The subtle overall embossed linear pattern adds unusual dimension and contributes to a unique visual and tactile presentation.
Diamond won a Pewter Award in the "Folding Cartons" category for Procter & Gamble's GLEEM Professional Teeth Whitening Light Kit packaging.
Overprinting process inks over cold foil creates shimmering blue metallic effects that catch the eye and invite closer inspection. Multi-level embossed and debossed accents (logo) add depth and dimension.
All of Diamond's winning entries were designed utilizing recyclable paperboards and manufactured using 100% clean, renewable wind energy, in a Zero Waste to Landfill (ZWL) facility.
About Diamond Packaging:
Founded in 1911, Diamond Packaging is a WBENC-certified woman-owned business specializing in developing innovative and sustainable folding cartons. For more information visit www.diamondpackaging.com, or follow Diamond on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/