Winners of the 2010 Gold Ink Awards to be Announced on Twitter
PHILADELPHIA—July 30, 2010—Printing Impressions, Publishing Executive and Book Business magazines, co-sponsors of the Annual Gold Ink Awards, will announce the gold award winners of the 2010 printing competition on Wednesday, August 4, 2010 beginning at 10:00 a.m. ET on Twitter @goldinkawards.
Plus, follow @goldinkawards and you’ll have a chance to win a $25 Barnes & Noble gift card. One follower of @goldinkawards will be randomly selected as the winner and will be announced on Twitter at 4 pm ET.
Categories to be announced include:
Annual Reports | Book Covers | Book Jackets | Brochures, Sheetfed | Brochures Web | Business Catalogs SF | Business Catalogs Web | Calendars | Children’s Books | Consumer Catalogs SF | Consumer Catalogs Web | Consumer Magazines | Cookbooks | Digital Printing, Books & Manuals | Digital Printing, Calendars | Digital Printing, Labels & Flexible Packaging | Digital Printing, Marketing Collateral | Digital Printing, Photo Books | Digital Printing, Specialty | Digital Printing, Variable Data & Personalization | Dimensional Printing | Direct Mail | Directories | Event Programs | Fine Arts Lithography | Fine Editions | Folders | Hardcover Books | Labels | Magazine Covers | Magazine Inserts | Magazine Reprints | Media Kits | Newspaper Inserts | Packaging, Flexible | Packaging, Multimedia | Packaging, Rigid | Point-of-Purchase Displays | Posters | Potpourri | Scientific & Technical Journals | Softcover Books | Specialty Magazines | Specialty Magazines | Sunday Magazines | Trade Magazines | Trade Magazines
All Gold, Silver, Bronze and Pewter award winners will be posted the following day on Thursday, August 5th at www.GoldInk.com.
This year’s Gold Ink Award winners were chosen from nearly 1,200 entries submitted within 47 different categories. Winning pieces surpassed their competitors based on print quality, technical difficulty and overall visual effect. A panel of distinguished graphic arts professionals judged entries over the course of three days.