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One Pica Wins Best of New England Design Award for nineteen47.com

June 12, 2009

Named 2009 AIGA BoNE Show Winner for Website Design

BOSTON, June 12 /PRNewswire/ — One Pica, a total brand experience agency, was awarded one of only five website prizes out of 500 total entries and 49 winners at last night’s 2009 AIGA Best of New England (BoNE) Show ceremonies. The BoNE Show is held every two years to shine a light on the best design and communications talent in the North East.

One Pica was recognized for its work on the newly-launched nineteen47.com website, for premium sports headwear and apparel company Forty Seven. Formerly Twins Enterprise and Banner Supply, the company embarked on a total brand makeover in 2008 that included a name change, logo redesign and a new branded website to showcase their licensed products from MLB, the NHL, the NBA and over 450 college programs.

According to Gregory Segall, One Pica President, “Our goal for this website was to recreate the personal attachment fans have with their team and turn that into an experience that brings the products to life. We’re thrilled to be acknowledged for this work by the members of AIGA Boston, who are recognized thought-leaders in the New England design community.”

In June, One Pica will launch an e-commerce platform for the ’47 brand that extends the “authentic fan” experience throughout the entire shopping engagement in a new online store.

“We couldn’t be happier with the team at One Pica and their ability to collaborate with our internal group. We have been impressed with their service and solutions to our complex branding initiatives. We are excited to launch the next phase our site,” said Tom Lanzilli, Creative Director, Forty Seven.

About One Pica

One Pica, a total brand experience agency headquartered in Boston, MA specializes in experiential, digital, and traditional marketing. The agency is known for big ideas, strategic insights and intelligent branding, communications and technology solutions. Clients include Fujifilm, Crumbs Bakeshop, Accor Services USA, SAP, Boston Celtics, Newell Rubbermaid, Nuance Communications and National Geographic.

About AIGA Boston

Established in 1983, AIGA Boston is the local chapter of the American Institute for Graphic Arts (AIGA), the professional association for design. Nationally, the AIGA has served the needs of the design community for 95 years; with 800 members, AIGA Boston represents the local and regional New England design community.

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