Create Awards 2015: The Print Creative shortlist

Published:  August 25, 2015

Twelve shortlist announcements in 12 days and we’re now on Day 8. Today we unveil the shortlist entrats for the Print Creative category.

Sponsored by Whirlwind Print, the Print Creative award recognises outstanding design for a printed project that is not limited by a commercial brief of any sort. Entries included self promotion, posters, stationery, publications, advertising material and other print work.



The jury considered design excellence, execution of the brief, the power of the communication, and innovative use of the print medium in production of the final piece including the application of special finishes and formats.

This year’s shortlisted entrants include ERD, Konstantin Eremenko, Lauren Messina, Insider Foundry and i2i Design. Congratulations!

IMG_8131-Edit-2International Student Guide
Studio: Insider Guides / Insider Foundry
“Insider Guides equip international students with information about how to enjoy their new home, and not just survive. They are free, A5 annual guidebooks that we print for Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane, Perth…”

Studio: Konstantin Eremenko
Client: FHNW HGK Visual Communication Institute, Basel School of Design
“Rediscovering is a book project based on a visual interpretation of the periodic system of elements and periodic law. The idea of this project is to create a visual transformation of knowledge from one system to another…”

Studio: i2i Design
Client: Murdoch Books
“The brief for Clothbound was to work collaboratively with the author Julie Paterson to design a beautiful and tactile book reflecting her creative process…”

Studio: ERD
Client: 3MBS
“This explorative artwork and campaign from ERD expresses Brahms’ wide spectrum of musical styles, ranging from dreamy and melancholy to fast and fiery…”



Choice Cuts Australia
Studio: Lauren Messina
“Choice Cuts Australia is an annual report for a fictional meat company. The design is inspired by the rawness of meat, incorporating hand bound coptic stitch and an innovative use of typical meat industry packaging…”


To see shortlisted submissions in detail, head over to
Watch this space for more shortlist announcements over the next few days.




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