10 June 2015
Winners of the 22nd annual Gold Leaf awards announced
ILLINOIS—The Foil & Specialty Effects Association (FSEA) has announced the winners of the 22nd annual FSEA Gold Leaf Awards competition. The awards aim to gain visibility in the graphic arts community by celebrating the best foils tamping, embossing, specialty coating, film laminating and more.


Best Use of Laser Cutting with Foil/Embossing
Bronze: Pacific Bindery Services Ltd., Vancouver, BC, Canada



Each entrant was judged on design, execution and level of difficulty, and the competition drew contestants from around the world. There were 35 categories recognized during the awards, held in Schaumburg, Illinois, during the International Association of Diecutting and Diemaking (IADD) FSEA Odyssey.

The Canadian winners are:

Creative Use of Special Diecut
Bronze: Pacific Bindery Services Ltd., Vancouver, BC, Canada

Greeting Card: Difficult Use of Foil/Embossing
 Silver: Gravure Choquet Inc., Quebec, Canada

Presentation Folder: Best Use of Foil/Embossing
Bronze: Pacific Bindery Services Ltd., Vancouver, BC, Canada

Corporate Brochure/Catalog: Best Use of Foil/Embossing
Silver: Pacific Bindery Services Ltd., Vancouver, BC, Canada

Calendar: Best Use of Foil/Embossing
Bronze: Gravure Choquet Inc., Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Miscellaneous: Best Use of Foil/Embossing
Gold: Gravure Choquet Inc., Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Best Use of Laser Cutting with Foil/Embossing
Bronze: Pacific Bindery Services Ltd., Vancouver, BC, Canada

For a full list of winners visit the FSEA website.


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