The Brunet-García crew received some fabulous news via post this weekend. Several of our recent works received certificates of excellence in the American Graphic Design Awards, the original flagship award presented by Graphic Design USA.
The 2010 American Graphic Design Awards attracted a remarkable 8,000+ entries, of which a very select 15 percent were recognized with Awards Certificates of Excellence. Six of our entries were among that top 15 percent.
Block x Block: Campaign & Posters
Block x Block is a community initiative to bring back the beauty of in-town neighborhoods in the urban core. The effort, supported by our employees and other local businesses who hit the streets once weekly to clean up litter, is meant to spread block by block, picking up momentum and raising awareness of how small actions can have a big impact in our communities.
The Block x Block Campaign & Posters both won certificates of excellence.
Haiti Poster Project: Lost in the Cracks
As the shock and devastation of Haiti’s plight fades from the headlines, its vibrant people and culture are still in ruin. “Don’t Let Haiti Get Lost in the Cracks” is part of a nationwide poster campaign to support the relief effort and remind us that the people of Haiti still need our help. These posters focus on the spirit and humanity of what happier times for the country held in the past—and still to come.
Players by the Sea: Stationery & Brochure
Players by the Sea is a well-established community theatre looking to attract a younger, wider and more diverse audience. With their new brand, they wanted something to match their bold, passionate, larger-than-life personality. Our new multi-purpose identity comes together in the same playful, unexpected ways that elements come together in live theatre.
¡VIVA! Cinema: Poster
¡VIVA! Cinema, Jacksonville’s Latino Film Festival, showcases the most vibrant and innovative movies from emerging Latin American filmmakers. While the films were first-class, the event was often under-dressed and under-promoted compared to the larger Jacksonville Film Festival. We stepped in and gave the cultural affair the edge it needed to truly attract an audience.