Atomicdust Earns Five GDUSA American Graphic Design Awards

Atomicdust Earns Five GDUSA American Graphic Design Awards

2019 has been an awesome year. We launched some stellar projects, hosted a documentary screening and took a company trip. It got even sweeter a few weeks ago when we heard we’d won five American Graphic Design Awards from Graphic Design USA.

For more than 50 years, GDUSA has been a go-to source for design news, trends, projects and tech. The organization hosts numerous competitions (we earned four Health + Wellness Awards from them earlier this year), with the American Graphic Design Awards as its original and flagship, honoring outstanding work of all kinds and across all media. This year, roughly 10,000 entries were submitted, with only a highly selective 10% chosen as winners.

Our winning work includes brand identity projects, a promotional mailer and even an internal project. We can’t take all the credit, however—the projects aren’t possible without the awesome clients we’re lucky to get to work with.

Take a look at our award-winning projects.

Andy's Frozen Custard Point of Purchase Signage Design

Andy’s Frozen Custard point of purchase signage

Atomicdust Agency Notebooks

Atomicdust Agency Notebooks

Castor River Farms promotional mailer design

Castor River Farms Promotional Mailer Box (this also won a MarCom Award this year)

IBA expressions and posters

IBA Branding

And, unfortunately, we’re not allowed to share the final project we won for. You know, client confidentiality and all that. But trust us, it’s a cool project.

The full list of winners will be posted to GDUSA’s website soon. In the meantime, a big thank you to our clients who trust us with their brand and to make award-winning work.


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Blaise Hart-Schmidt

Blaise Hart-Schmidt

Blaise’s path to digital marketing began in journalism and took a detour through public relations.

Passionate about storytelling in any medium, her experience with writing, design, strategy and digital marketing combine to help clients build strong marketing plans.

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