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SGIA Announces Winners of 2011 Golden Image Awards

Monday, October 24, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

SGIA is pleased to announce the winners of the acclaimed 2011 Golden Image Award Competition. Entries were evaluated and judged during the Expo and top winners were honored last evening during the Thursday Night Awards Party at the Astor Crowne Plaza Hotel in New Orleans.
http://www.sgia.org/events/current_expo/sgia11/recap/gi_winners.cfm

The annual competition celebrates industry-leading excellence and covers almost every item, no matter how complex, created by specialty imaging. Hundreds of entries were evaluated by an elite team of imaging professionals, who awarded gold, silver and bronze ribbons to the best prints. This year's highest honors were given to select winning entries, including:

• Best in Digital Creativity: “Angels Pillow Cover,” Varsha Transprint (Mumbai, India)
• Best of Show Digital: “LOreal NutriShine Decal,” Spectrum Scan Pvt Ltd (Mumbai, India)
• ASPT Best of Show Graphics: “Inmold Capacitive Touch with LED’s Control Panel,” Canyon Graphics Corporation (San Diego, California)
• ASPT Best of Show Garments: “”MAN VIEW CHANGE,” Tarun Print Tech (Sewri Mumbai, India)
• People's Choice Award: “Ten Bridges” by Liudmila Kondakova, Kolibri Art Studio (Gardena, California)

View the complete list of Golden Image winners at SGIA.org, Keyword: GoldenImage.
http://www.sgia.org/events/current_expo/sgia11/recap/gi_winners.cfm

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