Planet Propaganda Earns Gold For Two Designs

Madison, Wis. — Planet Propaganda’s designs for the “Talking Jazz” CD box set and Replogle Globes catalog will be featured as Gold Winners in Graphis’ Design Annual 2008. Published in August, the anthology presents the year’s most outstanding design work as selected by the editors. Among the winning entries were Planet’s designs for:


“Talking Jazz,” Ben Sidran’s -disc collection featuring rare conversations from 60 legendary jazz musicians including Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, Wynton Marsalis, and more. Planet created a functional case worthy of passionate jazz collectors who will appreciate the elegance and exclusivity of the limited run of 1,000 box sets.

The Replogle Globes catalog, marketing high-quality, American-made globes to high-end specialty markets. Drawing heavily from the brand personality and messaging that Planet had already developed, the designers employed rich materials and exacting production techniques that reinforce the globe company’s reputation for craftsmanship, and instantly convey this premium position to the specialty retailers, buyers, and consumers Replogle seeks to reach.

Since 1944, Graphis has upheld its reputation as the premier publication covering graphic communications worldwide and has been revered for its artistic presentation, impeccable design, and exemplary production qualities. Global in scope, Graphis is a compelling record of the most significant and influential communication work being produced today. Learn more at graphis.com.

Planet Propaganda is a design, advertising, and interactive company committed to shaping passion-based brands. Founded in 1989 in Madison, Wis., Planet serves a varied roster of national clients, including Gary Fisher mountain bikes, Harley-Davidson Motor Company, Bretford furniture and workspaces, PunchStock images, and Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches.
For more information, please visit http://www.planetpropaganda.com.

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