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Another Award for Interprint’s “Living in Contrasts” Décor Book

Décor Trends 2013/2014” has deserved the next award: The coveted German Printing Industry Innovation Award

“Living in Contrasts” was the creative motto of Interprint – one of the worldwide leading décor printers. In its Décor Book published on the occasion of the ‘interzum 2013’ trade fair, this motto is remarkably illustrated in a world full of contrasts. Visually, haptically and verbally. Décors full of character are shown next to facts, which in combination enhance the awareness and inspire the viewer. The contrast-rich design is shown in an exciting context far beyond that of the usual décor monotony. The Dusseldorf-based Druckstudio Group perfectly implemented this innovative concept and created an extraordinary print product. With the Interprint Décor Book, the print and media service provider shows how innovative offset printing can be today.







​“The décor book is a successful print product that leaves a lasting impression thanks to its striking and memorable surface finishing and combination of materials,” said Managing Director Werner Drechsler.

“Rich in contrast” was also how the 22-strong panel of judges summed up the implementation of this print product.  The experts were particularly impressed by the design and use of materials. “The Décor Book reflects our creativity and our quality awareness,” confirmed Salvatore Figliuzzi, Décor Development & Marketing Manager at Interprint. “We are pleased about both awards because they acknowledge the passion of the entire team that was involved in the production of this book.”

The Düsseldorf-based Druckstudio Group was awarded the Gold Prize for the implementation of the Interprint Book in the “Corporate Books” category at this year’s German Printing Industry Innovation Awards. Managing Director Werner Drechsler and his team received the award at the “Liederhalle” convention centre in Stuttgart on 16 October.

More than 900 companies from the printing industry submitted entries for the tenth anniversary of the industry award of the German printing industry. The panel of judges presented awards in 26 categories from the areas of “Print Products” and “Marketing”.

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