We are proud to announce that Fluid has received several new accolades this month.
May has been a great month for Fluid as we have received honors, awards and recognition from three separate organizations — The Tellys, the AIGA 100 Show and Poster House. Here are the details.
First, we took home four Telly Awards. The Tellys are a national advertising award show that showcases the best television and video work created each year. They typically receive over 12,000 entries from all 50 states in the U.S. and across five continents. It is quite an honor to be included among the winners this year. We received a silver and a bronze Telly award for a campaign we created for the Utah Manufacturers Association as well as two additional bronze awards for work produced for Ed Kenley Ford.
The winning work:
AIGA 100 Show
Next, we had six pieces featured in this year’s AIGA 100 Show, including work for Cocoa Metro, Creamies, Hudson Printing and even some self-promotional material. The 100 Show is Salt Lake City’s most prestigious juried design competition. The judges choose 100 of the best design pieces produced that year for inclusion in the show. The winning work is judged for its craft, concept and aesthetic achievement by a nationally-recognized panel of judges.
The winning work:
And finally, a New York City-based museum called Poster House contacted us over the weekend to say that they would like to include two of our recent poster campaigns for Creamies and Cocoa Metro in their permanent collection as examples of contemporary poster design. The museum is dedicated to presenting the impact, culture and design of posters — both as historical documents and methods of contemporary visual communication.
The featured work:
All of this news adds up to more than just good things for us at Fluid, because it’s also a sign that we’re doing right by our clients to help them get noticed and grow their brands. And that’s really why we went into advertising in the first place.