SGIA announce Golden Image Award winners at PRINTING United

SGIA announce Golden Image Award winners at PRINTING United.

Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA) is pleased to announce that judges have selected the winners in the association’s prestigious, annual Golden Image Awards competition.

A comprehensive list of winners is online at SGIA.org.

Open only to SGIA members, the Golden Image competition honors industry-leading printing in more than 50 categories. This year, judges evaluated 231 entries from 71 companies. Best of Show winners were chosen from the gold winners, and PRINTING United registrants visiting the SGIA Awards Gallery scanned the entire field to vote for the People’s Choice.

“Members showed us that they’re stretching the bounds of what they can do, with the most impressive results. We’ve been conducting the Golden Image competition since 1981, and this year’s entries really stood out,” said SGIA Vice President, Print Technology & Training, Johnny Shell. “Congratulations to all our winners — gold, silver, bronze and the ‘Best Ofs’ and People’s Choice!”

Empas Emprime Istanbul Turkey

Best of Show (Apparel)
Title: Savage
Category: Special Effects - Textile; Single/Multicolor
Company: Empas Emprime, Istanbul Turkey

GSP Clearwater Florida

Best of Show (Creativity)
Title: Golden Girl
Category: Fine Art, Digital
Company: GSP, Clearwater, Florida

Boombah Yorkville Illinois

Best of Show (Digital)
Title: Proud and Free
Category: Bags, Digital
Company: Boombah, Yorkville, Illinois

Lady Lazarus Houston Texas

Best of Show (Graphic)
Title: Blade Runner 2049 - Krzysztof
Category: Posters - Single Sheet; Single/Multicolor
Company: Lady Lazarus, Houston, Texas

The Cedarstream Company Cedartown Georgia

People’s Choice
Title: Long Live the King
Category: Textile Products - Other; Simulated/Indexed
Company: The Cedarstream Company, Cedartown, Georgia
“PRINTING United spotlights the full range of printing technologies, and the Golden Image competition puts what those technologies can do center stage. There’s some remarkable work going on in our industry,” said Shell.