3 Advertising Wins Recognition from 2007 Communication Arts Design Annual

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The graphic design industry's most prestigious international competition recognizes logo created for Albuquerque's Osuna Nursery.

You don't have to be a Fortune 500 company to have a powerful, memorable identity

A logo created by 3 Advertising for Albuquerque's Osuna Nursery has been selected for inclusion in the Communication Arts Design Annual, which, according to the magazine's website, is the world's most eminent design showcase.

The recognition is considered the top juried competition in the world for graphic design. More than 15,000 entries from the international advertising and design community are submitted. In the logo category, only 20 designs are selected for award recognition.

About 70,000 copies of the 2007 design annual are distributed and sold worldwide.

"This recognition shows that great branding and identity work can be done for any type of client, in any location," said Tim McGrath, design director of 3. "You don't have to be a Fortune 500 company to have a powerful, memorable identity," added 3 Advertising Creative Director Sam Maclay.

In the two years since its founding, the Albuquerque firm has garnered national and international recognition for its work from the Print Magazine Design Annual, The One Show, Graphis Design Annual, the National Addys, Graphis and the American Marketing Awards. The firm handles full-service advertising and design duties for more than 20 clients throughout the Southwest and continental United States.

About 3: 3 is a full-service advertising and design firm based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The firm's partners have years of national and international award-winning experience in branding, marketing and advertising/design for retail, healthcare, financial services, tourism, destination marketing, gaming, packaged goods, real estate, automotive, technology and many other business categories. The firm opened September 1, 2005. Web site: http://www.whois3.com.


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