Screaming Colour has done it again. Last year it won this category on its problem-solving prowess; this year it took the number-one spot for its flair on projects such as a catering proposal for Leeds Castle.
This visually striking piece was designed in-house with finishing reflecting both the castle’s history and modern use. Bright, quirky elements illustrate the eccentric nature of Lady Baillie who restored and renovated the castle in the 1920s. The outer box was foiled in gold on red then wrapped over board to give a traditional but luxurious feel, which scored where it mattered most: the document helped the client secure the tender. The brief for Ferrero’s ‘Intriguingly Unconventional’ box meanwhile was for a series of premium boxes encasing one another like Russian dolls. This project, according to judges, was “fantastically conceived; perfectly executed”. Each layer revealed a new part of the story.
www.screamingcolour.com 020 7549 3400
www.celloglas.co.uk 0118 916 7300
There’s a sweet smell to Celloglas’ highly commended. For the ‘New Talent’ special edition cover of Computer Arts magazine it combined a lemon-scented, spot UV and soft-touch lamination to add extra citrusy-zing to the lemon-inspired imagery. “Really impressive entry,” judges responded, adding: “This puts the magic back into magazines.”
- Diamond Print Services
- Empress Litho
- Screaming Colour
Category sponsored by IFS