Gunn & Taylor and Greeridge Press were the printers used by the designers in their award winning work.
Foundry in Melbourne took out first place in the Miscellaneous category for its calendar/poster, "Time is Flying", beautifully printed on Starwhite Smooth 148gsm by Gunn & Taylor. Jessie Fairweather, Foundry's creative director was delighted to be presented with her award by Robert de Leon, director international sales, Neenah Paper on his recent visit to Australia.
Sydney design company, Bang, was awarded third place in the Letterhead Ensemble category for their own corporate identity, also printed on Starwhite Smooth. Greenridge Press was the printer.
With the recent acquisition of Fox River Paper by Neenah Paper, this competition is set to reach even bigger audiences worldwide. The Neenah Paper Paperworks competition is open to designers who specify any of Neenah's range of papers, including Spicers Paper's brands Starwhite, Starbright, Neenah Columns and the new Environment range set to land on Australian shores in November.
Apart from international recognition, a major of prize of US$1000 is on offer in two categories - Letterheads and Text & Cover. Entries close December 31.
To find out more about entering the Neenah Paper Paperworks 2007 competition, speak to your Spicers Paper Consultant or go to www.neenahpaper.com/ContestForms/.