This award looks at the work and partnerships that go into large campaigns. It still recognises the creativity and diversity of the project but also looks at logistics, organisation and collaboration. Projects could be interior or exterior but must be predominantly printed graphics.
Your project will be judged on 5 areas: meeting the brief, creativity, complexity, sustainable choices & overall visual impact.
You'll find all the information you need on how to prepare and submit your entries, as well as the rules of the awards, over on our entry info page ➡️
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Grapefruit Graphics is a clear winner just from the sheer scale of the job. It's a complex roll-out during COVID restrictions with lots of different materials used — printed, fabric, mesh, banner and rigid.