Philadelphia, PA, January 09, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Philadelphia marketing communications, graphic design and website design firm Hollister Creative has been named a Silver Winner in the 2014 Davey Awards. The annual awards, selected by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts (AIVA), honor worldwide "creative David’s," or small firms that win results for their clients through out-of-the-box thinking instead of a "Giant's payroll."
Hollister received silver honors in the Print Design: Cause Marketing category for art director Karl Heidi's design of a folder and inserts for Penn Libraries' Orrery Society. Named for an 18th-century astronomical device housed in the library, the society honors distinguished donors to the library system. Hollister Creative worked with Penn Libraries' staff to develop a high-end folder with removable inserts to impress potential donors during visits.
The Davey Awards received more than 4,000 entries from ad agencies, interactive agencies, production firms, in-house creative professionals, graphic designers, design firms, and public relations firms around the world. Entries were evaluated on a point basis and only those receiving a score of 70 to 89 were eligible for a Silver Award.
“This year’s Davey Award winners truly embody the idea of small firms with big ideas. The work entered into this year's competition reflects a smart approach to creativity that highlights the capabilities and talents of small agencies worldwide,” said Linda Day, Executive Director of the Davey Awards.
This is the second Davey Award won by Hollister Creative, following a Silver Award in website design for Philadelphia's first annual Phorum conference in 2012. This year's award brings Hollister's total in international marketing, design, and communication competitions to 19 in the past three years.
About Hollister Creative
Hollister Creative (www.hollistercreative.com) produces custom print and electronic publications, websites, ebooks, blogs, enewsletters and marketing materials for corporate, non-profit and educational clients.