B&W Studio, the Leeds-based brand, design and communication practice, has been awarded a Red Dot Design Award for its work on photographer John Angerson’s book, “English Journey”.
The practice was commended as one of the “Best of the Best” in the Publication and Print Design category of the prestigious global design awards.
B&W, which is celebrating its 15th anniversary this year, collaborated with Angerson on the design and branding of the book, which photographically reconstructs and updates the journey through England taken by J B Priestley in his 1934 classic travelogue.
The annual Red Dot Design Awards are recognised internationally as a seal of approval for high-quality design and branding. Other winners of this year’s Red Dot Awards include Apple, Lenovo and Ferrari.
Lee Bradley, founder of B&W Studio, said: “To win such a prestigious award, especially during a milestone year for us, is fantastic. At B&W, we pride ourselves on understanding clients in order to deliver work that truly represents what they stand for and delivers against their objectives. We were really proud of what we achieved on the project, so being awarded a Red Dot in recognition of our hard work was the icing on the cake.
“Not only this, but to be commended as one of the ‘Best of the Best’, an accolade given to just 55 of the 7,000 entries from across the globe, is a huge honour for us, especially as we were up against some stiff competition. A big thank you to all of the team for their work and we’re looking forward to building on our continued success in years to come.”
Since it was established in 2005, B&W Studio has won over 60 national and international design awards, including being named one of the UK’s top ten creative agencies by Design Week.