Our Chicago studio was recently invited to participate in the 2016 Wine & Design label competition which benefits The Common Thread for the Cure (TCTFTC) – a unique not-for-profit organisation offering grants to individuals in the design and architecture industry fighting and surviving breast cancer.
Participants were asked to exercise their creativity to design wine labels for red and white vintages. Unispace submitted four entries from Graphic Designers Nathan Hurt and Faith Burgos, with the assistance of Americas Graphics Manager Sarah Brett.
We’re thrilled to announce that Nathan Hurt’s submittal took home the prize in the White Wine category. Cannon Design, Perkins Eastman, HOK and IA were among many other prestigious industry peers whose graphics teams entered the competition.
Unispace’s Enza Parrella, Susan Skibell and Kate Putaski were on hand at the event to receive the award.
Based in Chicago, Nathan joined Unispace's Marketing and Communications team nearly two years ago. He quickly established himself as a strong creative voice in supporting our rebranding process and he continues to develop innovative presentations and bespoke graphic collateral for the Midwest region.