Blumenfeld + Fleming Wins Big at the Hermes Creative Awards

Blumenfeld + Fleming Wins Big at the Hermes Creative Awards

blumenfeld + fleming has won four Platinum and 10 Gold awards in the 2017 Hermes Creative Awards Competition, an international marketing competition that rewards creativity.

The firm won PLATINUM awards for their work for Southampton Hospital, including a newspapers ad for the East Hampton Walk-In clinic, and radio ad for the same facility. A website for Eyeking a sunglasses manufacturer won platinum as well, as did a magazine ad for Landscape Details with the headline “Balance. Find it inside and out.”

The firm won GOLD awards for websites for Sparkling Pools, Landscape Details and East End Hospice. Their advertising campaign for The Adam Miller Group, as well as an ad entitled “When Things Get Hairy,” also took gold. Other Gold Winners included a print ad for LaGuardia Design Group, a magazine ad for BMW and email blasts and radio for Audi Southampton.

Hermes Creative Awards is an international competition for creative professionals involved in the concept, writing and design of traditional materials and programs, and emerging technologies.

The firm has also announced that they’re working with Southampton Inn, John Jermain Library in Sag Harbor, Montauk Library, Jewish Center of the Hamptons, Amy Hill design, and launching a new print campaign for Amaden Gay Agencies. Shot by local photographer Tanya Malott the campaign features agency principals highlighting Amaden Gay’s expertise. A new campaign focusing on Landscape Details maintenance division is running in many local papers.

“April is our August,” said Lynn Blumenfeld, founding partner, in a press release. “We’re working on rebranding two local libraries, doing websites, and consulting with clients so they gain visibility in the market.” Jill Fleming, co-founder, added, “Web design is about 50% of our business. We are excited about the libraries and we do a lot of work with not-for-profits.”

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