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Graphic designer Nathalie Davidson and White Rock Design & Print
Graphic designer Nathalie Davidson and White Rock Design & Print's Floyd Schotel (right) present client Bill Roche of Powerplay Strategies Inc. with his copy of the gold award. Below, Davidson and Schotel with Donna Cheong of Feel Good Fitness.
— image credit: Photos courtesy Maria Petersen, Frozen Reflections Photography

Three prestigious awards from their peers in the printing industry have staff at White Rock Design & Print beaming.

The honours – two gold and one silver – were bestowed by the Graphic Professionals Resource Network (IAPHC), and recognize outstanding achievement in graphic design and digital printing.

Judging occurred at the 37th International Gallery of Excellence, held in Minneapolis, Minn., last October. The team learned of their successes in February, and announced them to the public mid-May.

The annual competition draws entries from around the world, including Australia, Britain, China, Egypt, Hong Kong, Korea, Italy and Poland.

White Rock DesignWhite Rock Design & Print's gold-winning entries were its Surrey RCMP 60th Anniversary Event Kit, which won for graphic design, and its Caring in Action Teacher Manual, which won for digital printing.

Its Feel Good Fitness Corporate Identity Package won silver for graphic design.

In a congratulatory message, IAPHC chief xecutive officer Kevin Keane noted the business's entries over the years have been consistently "world-class work" that brings its clients' visions to life "in a most unique, memorable and effective manner."

 

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