MDG Wins Three from 2017 Summit Creative Awards

Mad Dog Graphx recently won Gold and Silver in the 2017 Summit Creative Awards. We won Gold for an annual report for Anchorage Project Access (APA) and for the logo we created for Thrively Digital, and Silver for our logo for Cultural Alaska.

[L] The APA annual was designed by Michael Ardaiz of Mad Dog North. [M+R] The logos for Thrively Digital and Cultural Alaska were created by Aurora Hablett.

The Summit Creative Awards (SCA) recognize the work of companies worldwide with annual billings under $30 million. These firms are often overshadowed in national and international competitions. The SCA was launched in 1994 to reinforce the importance of these agencies and their influence on the industry, the international economy, and our everyday culture.

Now in its 23rd year, the SCA has established itself as the premier arbiter of creative excellence for firms of this size, and winning a Summit Creative Award has become a coveted honor. The 2017 SCA competition drew more than 5,000 submissions representing 24 countries from six continents.

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

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