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FSEA Announces 2011 Gold Leaf Award Winners

Friday, June 29, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

The Foil & Specialty Effects Association (FSEA), Topeka, KS, proudly announces the winners of the 19th Annual FSEA Gold Leaf Awards Competition – an exciting assembly of color, dimension and eye-catching effects representing the most electric works throughout the graphic arts industry. Judged on design, execution and level of difficulty, the competition consistently draws over 200 entries from around the world. The 2011 Gold Leaf winners represented works from the US, Canada, Australia, Germany, The Netherlands and Taiwan, continuing in the competition’s steadfast commitment to gaining visibility throughout the graphic arts community at large. From foil stamping and embossing to specialty coating, film laminating, laser cutting, diecutting, cold foil application and more, the competition celebrates the quality, added value, shelf presence, security and brand recognition that these finishing processes lend to the printed sheet.

Eighty-three gold, silver and bronze winners in 28 different categories were recognized at the FSEA Gold Leaf Awards Banquet during the national conference in Las Vegas, NV this past March. Trade Print Finishing of Salt Lake City, UT, was presented with the Best of Show Award in the category of Best Foil Stamped and/or Embossed Client Promotion and ITW Foils won Best of Show Honorable Mention in the category of Best Foil Stamped and/or Embossed Capabilities Brochure.

To view all of the 2011 FSEA Gold Leaf Award Winners or to read the entire story on the Best of Show piece, visit www.fsea.com.

 

Discussion

By Christine Takacs on Jun 30, 2012

ITW Foils is honored with this distinction from the FSEA. Our winning piece educates printers, designers and brand owners in the production logistics as well as the shelf impact of various metallic options; hot foils, cold foils, transfer metallized substrates, laminate substrates and UV casting. Get a copy of the guide here: http://learn.itwfoils.com/order-designed-to-shine/

 

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