The Battleship Missouri is the site of the end of World War II. Today the Missouri is docked at Ford Island, Oahu, where it serves as a museum and an epic venue for military and civilian events. On October 26, 2013, the AIGA Honolulu Chapter hosted its bi-annual "Hawaii 5-O" Design Awards event at this historic site, honoring the best of the State's graphic design (including corporate identity, print, web, packaging and motion graphics).
Wall-to-Wall Studios was honored with ten of the fifty awards that night, including 3 of the top 5 "Best In Show" Awards chosen by the Design Judges (Joseph Duffy of Duffy & Partners, design writer Alissa Walker and Josh Kenyon of Jolby and Friends).
Best In Show:
Breadshop - Branding and Identity
Omidyar Fellows - Branding and Identity
Wall-to-Wall Studios' Occasional Cards & Holiday Greeting Generator - Print & Web Campaign
Awards of Excellence:
Ferguson's Irish Pub Logo and Sales Materials - Branding and Identity
Hawaiian Springs Water TV Commercial - Motion Graphics
Hawaii Community Foundation "Pillars of Peace" - Print & Environmental Design
HPCA "What is a Community Health Center" - Motion Graphics
Queen Lili'uokalani Trust - Stationery System / Print Design
REHAB Hospital of the Pacific Foundation Annual Report - Print Design
'Ulu'ulu - The Henry Ku'ualoha Giugni Moving Image Archive - Identity Design
Mahalo to all of our Clients, partners and vendors who allow us the opportunity to collaborate and create these very special projects on their behalf! - The W|W Team.
(W|W extended family pic photo by Aaron Yoshino / Honozooloo)