Creative Digital 25 Years
creative winners 2007
creative winners 2006
creative winner 2005
creative winners 2001
creative winners 2000
creative winners 1999
PrintWeek Awards 2006 - Commended POP Printer of the Year
Last year’s inaugural winner is pushed into a close second. The Bradford-based firm specialises in household beauty brands. The Max Factor Lipfinity freestanding unit was a complex job with an extremely tight deadline. Printed on Svecia single and two colour screen presses using UV inks on display and corrugated board.
PrintWeek Awards 2005 - Winner of POP Printer of the Year
In an all-new category this year, Creative Display Group stormed into first place by a clear margin with a raft of innovative in-store display units. The Bradford firm’s work featured stands for household-name beauty brands such as Max Factor, RoC and L’Oréal and mineral water brand Volvic. Judges were bowled over by the inticate production processes for all the submitted work, with a mexture of Svecia screen presses, including a super-sized SAMX machine, printing onto a wide range of substrates. Top of the pile was a dazzling display for L’Oréal’s Glamshine Cream, printed on a mirror-coated 300gsm stock, which was then applied to a combination of 1,250 micron and 2,000 micron display boards. Pre-press for all four units used a Screen FTR-3050 imagesetter and a Screenmatch ink-jet proofer
The British POP Awards 1999
Gold for Sony by Creative Screen print. Creative Screen prints freestanding display unit for the launch of two Sony PlayStation games was praised for its durability and versatility. An interchangeable header allowed the promotion of various games launches over a 12-month period.
The British POP Awards 2000
Gold for Miracle ‘Morrison’s’ Display for 3D2 by Creative Screen print. The key to this unit was the ability to display many different types and shapes of product effectively through the use of steel shelves and euro-hook style wire brackets. The promotional graphic gives impact which tying in with the brands above-the-line advertising. The unit offered the complete gardening fertiliser solution and is heavily branded, easy to assemble and easy to replenish. Many judges had seen this display in-situ and it has proved effective at gaining space in key retail accounts and in driving sales
The British POP Awards 2001
Gold for Hula Hoops XL Promotion for United Biscuits by Creative Display Group. Initially an order for 5000 units, this project grew and grew. Client United Biscuits eventually ordered 24,630 units in several styles for the Hula Hoops crisps launch. Dumpbins, wobblers and shelf strips followed the original freestanding display
PrintWeek Awards 2007 - Winner of POP Printer of the Year
For the second time in three years, Creative Display Group walks away with the top prize for its work with household names including Boots, Superdrug and Nike. Being green was the key for Bourjois displays in Boots and the unit was made wholly from card with no plastic, acrylic or wood substrates. The client, Michael John Design, also wanted to replicate the form of the actual product in the display unit and the conical shape required a complex inner carcass. A Dove unit for Superdrug was produced using screen print processes to achieve the pearlescent maroon colours that needed to match the brand’s product packaging. It was all given the thumbs-up by the judges with one describing the work as a “consistent high level of well-built solutions for PoP”