MDG Wins Six from 2016 GDUSA American Graphic Design Awards

Mad Dog Graphx brought home six honors in the 2016 GDUSA American Graphic Design Awards. Mad Dog logos for Denali National Park’s centennial, the Washington Alliance for Gender Equality, and Cultural Alaska were all chosen as winners.

[L+C] Kris Ryan-Clarke designed winning logos for Denali National Park and the Washington Alliance for Gender Equality.  [R] The Cultural Alaska logo was designed by Aurora Hablett.

Annual reports for Food Bank of Alaska and Anchorage Project Access were also selected for recognition.

[L] The 2015 Food Bank of Alaska annual report was by Kris Ryan-Clarke of Mad Dog Seattle.  [R] The 2015 annual report for Anchorage Project Access was designed by Michael Ardaiz of Mad Dog North.

Finally, a series of holiday ornament cards for The Salmon Project was honored with a Certificate of Excellence.

Kris also created the holiday ornament cards for The Salmon Project.

Mad Dog’s work was chosen from nearly 10,000 entries this year. Graphic Design USA has sponsored the American Graphic Design Awards for more than five decades, and the competition has become the standard for the industry. The competition is open to design firms, ad agencies, corporations, non-profits, institutions, freelancers, students, and more — work honored in these awards is truly measured against the output of the entire design community, worldwide.

All of Mad Dog’s award-winning work will appear in GDUSA’s year-end graphic design annual. We look forward to showing off our clients’ creativity!

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