Eme Design Studio has been recognized for its innovative design work for two El Paso companies and one San Diego restaurant by an international competition.
The Indigo Design Awards, based in Amsterdam, held its annual awards ceremony in Tokyo. Eme Design Studio was among about 4,000 design companies from around the world who submitted work to the prestigious competition.
Eme Design Studio walked away with two Gold Awards for branding and packaging design for its graphic design work on El Paso’s Hillside Coffee & Donut Co.’s logos, labels and more.
It was also given Gold Awards for its work on branding designs for El Paso-owned Tin Man Filling Station and San Diego’s Curadero restaurant.
Members of Eme Design Studio’s top-notch design team were in attendance during the awards ceremony, held at Tokyo’s Goblin Gallery.
The Indigo Design Awards showcases the work of innovative, cutting edge design agencies and individual designers.
Winners have their work published in the Indigo Interactive Digital Book of Design 2018, are showcased throughout the year on the Indigo Award Winners’ Page, receive a certificate and Winner’s Seal during the ceremony and have their work promoted in the Winners Edition newsletter distributed to Indigo Award subscribers, partners, juries, sponsors and others.
The Indigo Design Awards are juried by some of the world’s top designers, creative directors and other creatives known for their contribution to the world of digital design.
Among the 2018 Indigo Design Awards jury members were Christopher Bettig, creative director for YouTube; Jennet Liaw, Brooklyn-based designer, muralist and former Nike designer; Jeroen van Eerden, creative and logo design specialist who has worked for Google, Disney, Adobe and Tinder; and more.
The awards were handed out on May 24, 2018.