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Fotobase, Cutler Brands, Multi-Color Corp and CCL Label big winners at SA PICAs

The South Australian print industry recognised their best examples of print perfection at the state PICAs event held at The National Wine Centre of Australia in Adelaide, attended by an crowd of more than 60 industry professionals.

      The Fotobase team celebrate their PICA wins at Clarence Gardens in Adelaide. 


(l-r) Ball & Doggett’s Lindsay Scott with Jason Gentle and Craig Nothard from Fotobase Group at the SA PICAs.

The night’s biggest winner was The Fotobase Group, taking home a stunning seven Gold, five Silver and five Bronze Awards. As well as scooping the pool with Gold, Silver and Bronze awards in three categories – Printer of the Year – Large Format; Multi-Piece Promotions & Campaigns; and Leaflets, Flyers and Brochures – Digital – the company’s haul of top gongs also included two Gold Medals in Branding & Identity, and single Golds for Book Printing – Digital and for Stationery Printing.

PICAs The Cutler Brands team accepts their award
The Cutler Brands team accepts their PICA Awards: L-R Andrew Creighton, Lauren Docking, Carlo Dimasi & Tiina Pentinkorpi

Cutler Brands won a pair of Gold medals for Specialty Printing and Self-Promotion, as well as a Silver and Bronze; Multi Color Corporation doubled up on both Gold and Silver, with top awards for Printer of the Year in both Offset and Labelling; CCL Label also took home two Golds – for Printer of the Year – Digital, and for Embellishment – as well as two Silvers and a Bronze. Openbook Howden Print & Design rounded out the Gold Medal tally with their award for Booklets, Catalogues & Magazines – Digital, as well as winning a Silver and Bronze.  Other medallists included Detpak Cartons with a Silver award and Kwik Kopy Norwood who went home with Bronze.

Walter Kuhn, President of the Print & Visual Communications Association, welcomed guests: “Opportunities to gather as an industry have been few and far between over the past year or so, and it was a real pleasure to be here tonight to bring congratulations and good wishes from the PVCA and to celebrate with the winners.

“We sincerely thank and congratulate the winners and, in fact, all who entered, for their determination, skill, resilience and commitment to quality during even the most challenging times.”

For all the winners & photos, go to

The NSW, Victoria and WA PICAs will be presented in Brisbane immediately prior to the 38th National Print Awards, with the proceedings live-streamed to other states. Go to for the latest dates and details, or book your place at