We had a blast at the Best of Savannah Party last month! Thank you to all who make us the Best Design Firm in Savannah, and thanks for all the kind words about the cover design for the September/October issue of Savannah Magazine. Not to brag, but we think Cari definitely knocked it out of the park. (Thanks Caila!)
We loved the 1920’s and Art Deco-inspired party theme created by Joel and Erika Snayd — and this wasn’t our first rodeo with the dynamic duo of Rethink Design Studio. We previously worked with them the branding for the modern apothecary See Jane (we designed the logo and collateral materials), located in Downtown Savannah, and to develop the brand platform and name for high end luxury cat product designer Catouri Cats.
Photo via Savannah Magazine & Katie McGee
Check out the photos on Savannah Magazine’s website!
Augusta’s Laney Walker/Bethlehem Revitalization Initiative has received a 2013 National Planning Excellence Award from the American Planning Association and the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
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Cari Clark Phelps, owner and Creative Director at Clark Creative Communications, was named a 2012 Generation NEXT: Rising Star of Business by Business in Savannah and Savannah Magazine. The publications selected twenty-one under-40 business leaders based on a combination of their business success and philanthropic work. The Generation NEXT winners will be presented their awards on March 21, 2012.
Ms. Phelps founded Clark Creative Communications in 2004 to provide design and communication services to the Savannah community. She has steadily grown the business in billings, service offerings, and geographic reach, culminating in 100% growth in 2011. The company’s design work has won more than 30 ADDY Awards and been featured in national and international publications.
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Edibelles Gourmet Cookie and Snack Company won an ADDY award for outstanding packaging at the 2012 Savannah ADDY Awards. The packaging, which weaves together Southern stories and imagery for each flavor’s box, was designed by Clark Creative of Savannah. Read more >>
Graphic design work by Clark Creative of Savannah has been selected for inclusion in two prestigious design publications.
Logo Lounge has produced six volumes of its highly regarded collection “2000 International Identities by Leading Designers.” For the upcoming edition they considered 36,000 logos by talented designers worldwide and narrowed it down to 2,000. Clark Creative’s logo for Bluegrass BBQ (sister restaurant of Savannah’s Cha Bella) was one of those selected and will be included in LogoLounge, Book 7, which will be distributed internationally.
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Clark Creative Design of Savannah received two awards at the 23rd annual Florida Print Awards, the printing industry’s largest and most prestigious statewide graphic arts competition. Clark Creative was presented awards for its design work on projects printed by Florida-based Rapid Press, Inc.
With almost 700 entries from printing and graphic firms across the state, Clark Creative received a Best of Category (Catalogs, sheetfed) for a Brodie International project titled “Engineering the Future”. Clark Creative also won a Judges Award for designing a presentation folder for JT Turner Construction.
“Rapid Press is a tremendous resource for our projects,” said Cari Clark Phelps, owner and creative director at Clark Creative. “A strong relationship with a talented printer always produces the best results for our clients—as these awards demonstrate.”
George Ryan, president and CEO of Printing Association of Florida (PAF), agrees. “Year after year, the quality of the submissions for the Florida Print Awards increases, raising the standard to which they are held. Clark Creative should be very proud of their outstanding accomplishments.”
The Florida Print Awards recognize individuals, companies and organizations responsible for the creation or production of print communications. The competition promotes excellence in the industry and recognizes companies and individuals who produce the best in print media.