An Aberdeen design agency has received nine nominations in the prestigious Drum Scottish Creative Awards.
FortyTwo Studio based on Crown Street has received the nominations across five categories – Corporate/ Promotional literature, Corporate Identity, Packaging, Typography and Creative Strategy, for work covering their diverse list of clients, including Aberdeen Council, Banchory Beer Festival, Teasmith Gin and the VegCo.
The nominations cement what has been a very successful second year of business for the design agency that specialises in building and developing brands across digital and print mediums for businesses internationally.
FortyTwo Studio is on target for a year on year increase in turnover of 30% and this year has secured new contract wins totaling more than £200K, for clients across the UK and also in Brazil, Scandinavia, the Middle East and USA.
Director and Founder of FortyTwo Studio, Mark Kemp said: “Having won a Scottish Design Award earlier this year, we’re once again delighted to see our name in the shortlist of such a respected national award.
“We build long-term relationships with our clients – using our design practice to help them grow and make their business better. The nominations cement this commitment and are further testament to the quality of work and the results we’re delivering to our clients. We can’t wait to further this success over the coming year.”
The nominations will be judged by a panel of industry experts, with the winners being announced at an awards ceremony on the 26 October at The Caves, Edinburgh.