Copresco’s trophy case is bulging after winning four major Graphics Excellence Awards from the Great Lakes Graphics Association (GLGA).
The awards recognize high quality and craftsmanship in design, creation and full color printing.
Copresco received Best of Division awards for an investment booklet and a product catalog.
Awards of Excellence were given for two digital books.
Bill Gibson of Great Lakes Graphics Association (left ) presents Copresco President Steve Johnson with Graphics Excellence Awards. (Photo by Jessica Pinkous)
Certificates of Merit were awarded for a client training cookbook and our Overnight Lite newsletter.
The Graphics Excellence Award program is the largest regional print competition in the United States.
These awards highlight the breathtaking quality Copresco brings to digital print.
For example, one of the winning pieces was a full-color, full-bleed 7”×10” introductory brochure for a global investment technology firm.
Only a few years ago, offset printing would have been the only option for conveying the prestigious image desired. Yet the quantity was only 50, making it perfect for Copresco’s short-run services.
At 20 pages + cover, such a booklet would typically be saddle stapled, but the client opted for the cachet of perfect binding, knowing that Copresco was one of the few vendors that could accurately and economically adhesive bind such a small quantity and small page count.
Copresco President Steve Johnson’s monthly column “Johnson’s World” has moved to Printing News and Wide-Format & Signage magazines as well as to WhatTheyThink.com.
The award-winning column that serves as a forum for his insights and thoughtful commentary about the state of today's graphic communications industry has been featured in American Printer, Quick Printing, Printing News, and most recently Printing Impressions.
“We couldn’t be more thrilled to have Steve’s column back in WhatTheyThink’s Printing News and ,Wide-Format & Signage editions,” said Kelley Holmes, VP and Group Publisher. “He brings a unique and valuable perspective.”
“I’m delighted to be in my proper place: on the back page of one of our trade’s preeminent magazines,” remarked Steve. “Of course the column always belongs in print, but this new relationship means you’ll also be seeing Johnson’s World online and in video. I look forward to popping up on your screen as well as your post office box.”