Across the categories, this year’s awards received 210 entries from print service providers (PSPs) and sign-makers looking to showcase outstanding examples of print and signage. Photo: FESPA Ltd.

FESPA announced the winners of the 2023 FESPA Awards during a VIP ceremony at FESPA Global Print Expo 2023.

Gold winners

The gold winners of the application categories are Imageco Ltd and Kolorcraft  from the UK (Category Display and Packaging on Paper and Board), Atelier für Siebdruck – Lorenz Boegli from Switserland (Category Packaging on Paper and Board), Sérigraphie Carpentier from France (Category Posters), Graffiti Siebdruck GmbH from Germany and Sincerely Screen from Thailand (Categoy Serigraphies and Fine Art).

Also Gold winners are CGI Creative Graphics International from South Africa (Category Decals and Printed labels), The Look Company from Qatar (Category Wrapping), Blaxroxx company limited from Thailand and Monster Press from United Kingdom (Special effect on t-shirts, garments, and other textiles) , Atelier für Siebdruck – Lorenz Boegli from Switzerland (Category Special effect on t-shirts, garments, and other textiles), iMaika from Rusian Federation (Category Printed garments), The Look Company from Qatar (Category Roll-to-roll printed textiles) Stylographics from United Kingdom (Category Non-Printed Signage), X-Treme from Belgium and All About Graphics from Australia (Category Printeriors).

Other Award winners

Winners of other categories were also announced during the ceremony. The Innovation Award was presented to Atelier für Siebdruck – Lorenz Boegli in Switzerland, for its entry into the Functional Printing category titled “Station of Lucerne. The People’s Choice Award, which is voted for online by the FESPA global print and signage community, was this year won by Iwaarden in the Netherlands for its entry titled “REVU” which was submitted to the ‘Non-Printed Signage category’. The Young Star Award welcomed entries across all categories from junior employees, trainees, and students aged 16 and 25. This year’s winner was Léa Saint-Jeveint, student at SEPR in France, for her entry “Lueur abyssale”. The Best In Show award, which is selected as the most outstanding example of print, was awarded to All about Graphics in Australia for their ‘Daniel Johns: Past, Present & FutureNever’ exhibition entry in the Printeriors category.

New: Sustainability Award

The Look Company from Qatar won the new Sustainability Award.

New to 2023, the Sustainability Award was presented to The Look Company from Qatar for their Printed Fabrics for the FIFA World Cup 2022 entry in the Roll-to-roll printed textiles category.