Entrants can now submit any piece produced on recycled material for judging in the Recycled category, and the Creative Papers award invites entries produced on any Antalis Creative Paper stock.
These new categories join Best in Digital Print, Books, Magazines and Catalogues, Stationery, Direct Mail, Report (annual/interim), and three subdivisions within Brochures: Corporate, Product and Services.
Customers and designers are welcome to submit their work by 31 March to be judged by industry professionals including brand creative Mytton Williams’ Bob Mytton, David Azurdia of homeware retailer Magpie and design consultancy Checkland Kindleysides’ Jeff Kindleysides.
All will consider the use of the materials, innovation and talent as well as the overall design.
Entries deemed as winners, highly commended or commended will be invited to the final awards night on Thursday 20 June at London’s famous Abbey Road Studios, with drinks and canapés, exclusive views of the original equipment used by Pink Floyd and Oasis and the chance to be filmed recording The Beatles’ songs.
All entrants to the final event will also be included in The Review’s official book and dedicated webpage, as well as receiving an award to display in their offices.
Antalis marketing communications manager Marian Thomasson said: "The entry level for The Review has always been of a high standard and we’re particularly excited with the new categories we have on offer this eyar.
"Entering the Review is a great way for designers to showcase their creativity among the industry."
Antalis marketing manager Natalis Thomas added: "We've already started to receive some fantastic entries which is really exciting to see the importance placed on paper in print design."
For more information and to submit your entry, visit www.antalis.co.uk/thereview.