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  • 11 May 2021

INX Can Design Contest opens for public voting

INX Can Design Contest has opened public voting for five finalists

INX Can Design Contest, organized by INX International Ink Co., has opened public voting for five finalists selected based on originality, design aesthetics, and best use of the color palette. The winning design will be announced on May 18, 2021.

All of the contest entries submitted were created by designers who used the INX Metal Color Catalog. Eligibility required the commercially available products to have been designed between January 1 and December 31, 2020. Each submitted design includes a minimum of two colors from the INX Color Perfection library.

Judged by representatives of the INX Color Perfection team, five finalists were selected based on originality, overall design aesthetics, best use of the color palette, and the project statement indicating how color factored into their final designs. 

Below are the respective finalists and their product names:

  • Great Lakes Brewery, Crushworthy Lo-Cal Citrus Wheat
  • Wis-Pak, DOC Soda
  • Brewery Ommegang, Neon Rainbows IPA
  • Duvernois Creative Spirits, Romeo’s Gin Spritz
  • Jacki O’s Brewery, Who Cooks For You Hazy IPA

‘We’re excited to celebrate and promote the best-of-the-best in beverage can design, said Renee Schouten, director of marketing for INX International Ink Co. ‘We introduced the contest over a year ago, and as more brand owners and graphic designers use the INX Color Catalog and appreciate its value as the single true color standard in the metal decorating industry, the contest has attracted greater interest and awareness.’

The contest winner will receive an engraved trophy, bragging rights, and other industry recognition. Please visit the INX Facebook page by May 17, 2021, to cast your vote.


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