FESPA Awards 2017

8-12 May 2017
Hamburg
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The FESPA Awards 2017 is the only independent global awards in the print industry recognising the best print in the world, and the people behind them.

This year it was hosted in Hamburg alongside the FESPA 2017 Exhibition. The 2017 Awards attracted entries from across 37 countries, with the top prizes being given to entrants from across Europe, Asia and Australasia.

This year’s winning pieces included innovative entries across all categories, 3D printed shoes and more than 30 t-shirt entries. The Special Effect (31 submitted) and Point of Purchase Products - Paper and Board (26 submitted) categories proved to be the most popular among entrants.

Established in 1991, the FESPA Awards Programme is renowned across the print industry for their outstanding recipients, judged by industry experts who in turn have contributed significant advances to the techniques and technology across the industry.

The full results of the FESPA 2017 Awards can be found here.

Organised as part of FESPA's Profit for Purpose programme of events around the globe, the FESPA Awards celebrate print excellence, inviting printers from FESPA’s global print community to demonstrate their most creative and inspiring work.

The search for the best projects in print has come to an exciting close but if you you wish to submit an entry for the FESPA Awards 2018 please click here.

 

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