FESPA Awards 2023 now open with new ‘sustainability’ category
FESPA announces the opening of entries to FESPA Awards 2023 with new ‘sustainability’ category. This award will be judged across all categories against environmental considerations, including a reduction in the use of materials, energy and labour throughout production; whether the product can be reused or recycled; if notable attention has been paid to lifecycle analysis; and whether the entry is economically viable. The FESPA Awards will also welcome entries into the categories: Display and POP on Paper and Board; Packaging on Paper and Board; Display and POP on Plastic; Packaging on Plastics; Posters; Serigraphies and Fine Art; Decals and Printed Labels; Wrapping; Creative Special Effects – Paper Board and Plastics; Special Effects on T-shirts, Garments and Other Textiles; Printed Garments; Roll-to-Roll Printed Textiles; Glass, Ceramic, Metal and Wood Products; Direct Printing on Three Dimensional Products; Non-Printed Signage; Functional Printing – Fascias, Dials, Name Plates; and Printeriors. The final category is the Young Star Award, which can be entered by those aged 16 to 25 working as a vocational trainee or student in digital or screen printing and design.