A few weeks ago I was notified that this image had won this competition out of thousands of entries. Holy crap! I was very surprised. The brief was to take a photograph that creatively captures daylight and celebrates the role natural light plays in our daily lives. I shot this in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago last year on a hot Summer day. The prize is a photo safari to NYC for two. Can't wait to explore that city and capture some new images. Thank you to the judges who picked this image. Amazing! Here is a link to the competition.
And the winner is… Our client Sagent Pharmaceuticals was honored with a prestigious “Chicago Innovative Award” for their Heparin packaging. It’s amazing how many people lose lives each year because they receive the wrong medication. We designed a labeling system which differentiates itself from the rest and is easily recognizable in any situation.
Designing packaging for products which can make a difference in people’s life and death situations is a great honor for us. We hope this is just the beginning of companies trying to prevent medical errors from happening within the medical world. You can see some other medical packaging we designed for Sagent Pharmaceuticals here.
We were honored to have Neenah Paper write a story about our Art For Health project on their “Against the Grain Blog”. We love using Neenah paper for our projects and want to thank them for making such a generous donation to the health fund this year. Because of their paper donation, we were able to make some very cool art books which we sold at the benefit. “Read the article!”
A great article about packaging design work we are doing for Sagent Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Packaging Digest Magazine! We are very happy and proud to be part of such an awesome leap forward within the generic drug industry. Here are some sample designs we created for Sagent Pharmaceuticals, Inc. to differentiate in the marketplace! Take a peek at the rest of the packaging we did for this client!
Marek talking about Art for Haiti Benefit and how it raises money for medical teams to go over to Haiti and Dominican Republic.