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Best of Wide Format

Nominations for the 2022 Best of Wide Format Awards Are Now Open

The annual awards honor the most creative, innovative, and inspiring large-format digital print projects in our field.




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Big Picture is excited to announce the nominations for the 2022 Best of Wide Format Awards are now open. The awards, in partnership with ISA and sponsored by Durst, Fujifilm, and Roland, honor the most creative, innovative, and inspiring large-format digital print projects in our field.

Past winners have included experiential designs by high-end designers, entire stages at major music festivals, and even a branded tent atop a ski mountain designed by a major dating app.Winning projects will demonstrate how today’s print service providers push the boundaries of wide-format digital print. From goggles on dogs to courtside installations in NBA arenas, the Big Picture team seeks projects that exhibit the versatility and scope of digital print. Highlight your shop’s award-worthy work today by submitting a nomination at this link!

  • Nominees must be print service providers that offer wide-format digital print services; manufacturers, distributors, etc. are welcome to nominate PSPs and/or become sponsors of the awards. For more information, email [email protected]
  • Nominations must encompass one specific project or campaign completed in March 2021 or later.
  • Projects must be primarily wide-format digital print.
  • Submissions omitting specific media and printer information will not be considered.
  • Nominations must be received by March 15.
  • The winning projects will appear in the Big Picture May issue and will be recognized during ISA Expo in Atlanta.



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