2012 LACP awards Platinum and Gold for Krowne’s latest corporate publishing project for German Bundesdruckerei

Einmalig 13 wins Platinum in its industry category and Gold in the “most inspirational” category. The publication was ranked #17 out of the Top 100 Communications Materials of 2012.

With the “Einmalig” publication series, Krowne has helped it’s customer Bundesdruckerei to position itself as an innovative high-security company that recognizes issues which are relevant to society and the economy, promotes and facilitates progress, and stimulates public debate. Target groups include decision-makers and opinion leaders from both the public and the private sectors.
With its latest issue, Einmalig 13, Krowne continues to live up to its ambitious standards, having once again implemented a unique creative concept.

On seven uniquely illustrated sheets, the creative concept by CD Andine Müller captured the customer’s theme of the year, “Trust and identity in the digital world”, from seven different angles: Several conditions are key to facilitating the “digital hand- shake” for online transactions: identity protection and a high level of security when handling personal data; a clear under- standing of the specific needs of administration, businesses and the public; international standards; continuous innovation; a willingness on the part of industry and research entities to share knowledge. Sheets 1–6 address these very issues – in interesting and entertaining articles and interviews. Sheet 7 invites the readers to test themselves and find out how much they know about internet security.
The sheets were designed by internationally renowned illustrators and artists, such as Gregory Gilbert-Lodge, Otto, Elena Kaludova and Matthias Seifarth.

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