Mad Dog Wins at WOLDA 2017

Two logos created by Mad Dog Graphx have been selected as winners in the 8th WOLDA international awards competition. Logos for Anchorage Park Foundation and Chignik Lagoon Native Corporation were each presented with an Award of Excellence.

Entries from 39 countries were judged by a panel of graphic design giants, including Rory Simms and Courtney Gooch of Pentagram USA, Christian Baun of logodesign in Denmark, Rodrigo Faustino of Commgroup in Brazil, Claudia Eustergerling of Eustergerling Sarl in Luxembourg, and Pim Nap from Studio Piraat in the Netherlands. Work was judged by teams in New York City and Düsseldorf, Germany.

[L] The logo for CLNC was designed by Michael Ardaiz.  [R] The logo for APF was designed by Kris Ryan-Clarke.

[L] The New York judges were hosted by Pentagram USA.  [R] The Düsseldorf judges, debating entry merits at WOLDA headquarters.

In the category of “New Logos,” only 12 entries from North or South America were chosen by the judges, including the two from Mad Dog. We are extremely honored to have been recognized alongside such prestigious design firms from around the globe.

For more about each of these projects, visit our Portfolio and News sections.

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