Fedrigoni announces its Top Awards 2022

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The winner for Corporate Communication, “Sueño lo que soy”. Photo: Fedrigoni

The best international creations of designers, editors, brands and printers made with Fedrigoni Group paper and self-adhesive materials were presented recently at the 3 Mazarium in Paris.

Beauty, expression, sustainability and innovation. Extraordinary works from all over the world carefully selected by a jury of experts to enhance the design and hard work of those who use Fedrigoni papers and self-adhesive materials and turn them into unique jewels. An explosion of creativity at the prize giving ceremony for the winners of the Fedrigoni Top Awards 2022, who were announced yesterday afternoon during a ceremony at the 3 Mazarium in Paris. 100 of the best works in the competition were on show in a hall in the prestigious Parisian location.

Designers, printers, editors and brands presented their projects made with Fedrigoni specialty papers and self-adhesive materials: high-quality objects that were judged on the basis of the graphic project, functionality, quality of technical execution and appropriate use of the materials, with special attention on the environmental impact.

There were five prize categories: the winner for Packaging was “Nibbo Bean to Bar Chocolate Packaging” (Robin Lin, Nibbo bean to bar chocolate, Design by Lowkey Design Company, Printing by Shanghai Huyang Printing Company, China); second place went to “Romaniello”, (Agricola Romaniello, Design by lettera7, Printing by Arti Grafiche Lapelosa srl, Italy) and third place went to “Please & Thank You cosmetics” (Please & Thank You, Design by SEA Design, Printing by Made by Team, UK). Special mentions go to “21 Beauty” (Beijing Yinxin Culture Communication Company, Design by Company 297 Design Company, Printing by Gongmou Shidao Culture and Art Media, China), “Champagne Bollinger B13” (Champagne Bollinger, Design by Partisan du Sens, Printing by Pusterla Group, France) and “Chaumet 2021 Mooncake boxes” (Chaumet, Design by We-We, Printing by HH Global Italy Srl France).

The winner in the Labels category was “Terra viva” (Cantine Villa Dora, Design by nju:design Sr, Printing by Sovemec Srl, Italy), followed by “Woven Whisky” (Woven, Design by Freytag Anderson, Printing by CS Labels Ltd, UK) and Paraje Dondellas (Bodegas Sotero Pintado Company, Javier Garduno Estudio de Diseno, Printing by Josu Alvarez, Etinort SA, Spain). Special mention for “Xamorfos” (Distill Hub, Design by lettera7, Printing by Grafica Nappa, Italy).

The first prize for Publishing was awarded to “IMPRESSIONS” (Publisher, Imprimerie nationale Editions/Actes Sud, Design by Spmillot, Printing by Maestro Gestion Edition, France) and the second and third went to “The Quest for Universality” (Formall CWS Sro, Design by VCPD FA CTU, Czech Republic) and “Gotico-Antiqua” (ANRT/ ENSAD, Design by Atelier Jerome Knebusch, Printing by Imprimerie Moderne, made in Germany). Special mentions for “Design and the Wondrous” (Editions HYX, Design by Elise Gay & Kevin Donnot, printing by Printing Art Books and Musumeci Spa, made in France) and “Improvisation” (Joel Alain Dervaux, Design by Odilon Coutarel, Printing by Escourbiac, France).

The winner in the new Large Format Communication category was “Recalling” (PT Bintag Sempurna, Design by Kusuma Wardhani, Printing by PT Bintag Sempurna, Indonesia) followed by “Italianate Palazzo in England” (Hotel Golf & Country Club, Design and Printing by Gruppo Publionda, made in Italy) and “DJ Console” (Doto Design, Italy).

The winner for Corporate Communication was “Sueño lo que soy” (Xavi Carrion, Design by La Bibliografica Printing by CEGE Creaciones Graficas, Spain). Coming second was “Diptyque: Coffret 60 ans” (Diptyque , Design by Cakedesign, Printing by Maestro Gestion Edition, France), and third

“Organic Texture Box” (Savema, Design by agazzino77, Printing by Polistampa Firenze Srl, Italy). Special mentions go to “Modulation 2021-2022” (GMEM Centre national de creation musicale, Design by Atelier Tout va bien, Printing by Media Graphic, France) and “Valentino make-up kit” (Valentino Beauty, Design by Agence Drolement, Printing by Opero Srl, Necessaire, France). “Social Determinism through the City Of God”, made by Samuel Friedrich Schmidt, a student at the Ecole Cantonale d’Art of Lausanne, won recognition for the new “Research” section. This is a pilot project conceived to bring out the creativity of the designers of the future coming from universities throughout the world.