Prophet Makes the Shortlist for 2019 US Transform Awards
NEW YORK, NY SEPT. 17, 2019 – Several of Prophet’s design projects have been shortlisted for the 2019 U.S. Transform Awards. Our work for Oosa, Poly and Regal received nominations across several categories including “Best strategic and creative development of a new brand,” “Best use of audio branding,” “Best visual identity” and “Best corporate rebrand following a merger or acquisition.”
“This year has seen a huge growth in the number of submissions,” said Andrew Thomas of Transform Magazine. “The judging was extremely thorough, so this year has been very competitive. It is absolutely fantastic to see Prophet’s work shortlisted.”
Transform Magazine saw a 65 percent increase in entries the year, a record number of submissions in North America.
“I truly believe great work is the one where you can feel the energy and passion that our creative teams put into it. The work done for Oosa, Poly and Regal really brings those elements to life in a beautiful and creative way,” said Andres Nicholls, a senior partner and Prophet’s global creative director. “It’s always an amazing honor for our team to be part of such a prestigious group of companies and brands recognized at these awards.”
The Transform Awards is North America’s only celebration of rebranding, repositioning and brand development. The awards ceremony and gala dinner will take place on Nov. 7 at 230Fifth Rooftop.
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