Drink up with our boozy Awards
Welcome back to the Creative Awards London blog where we bring you the very best in our custom made awards and trophies. Winter is setting in and it's getting bloody cold down the workshop. On this crispy, cold days we like nothing more than after a good day's work than to visit one of the fine establishments for an evening tipple. With this in mind, we showcase our finest drink themed awards and trophies, let's cheers to that!
This special commission for a famous Scotch whisky producer is made from polished copper shaped into a profile of a stag's head.The base is made from hand worked oak barrels which have been used in the manufacture of sherry, which gives the award a strong, sweet smell of alcohol.
We've covered our whiskey award and the age old question still exists, do you add ice to your fine dram? The Ice Awards were commissioned by a leading trucking organisation and feature a custom made and tinted acrylic blue block. Poking out from the waves of the surface of the award is a fine ice berg that features a highly textured service which contrasts with the smooth lines of the block. Did you know that a whiskey on the rocks gets its name from the old Scottish tradition of using rocks cooled by rivers?
We tossed our cabers, devoured our Haggis and channelled our inner William Wallace to create this bespoke award for the Scottish Bar and Pub Association (no Buckfast in sight, we promise.) Whilst the award may be small it certainly packs a punch. The body is made from optically clear acrylic that was precision machined into the outline of the auld country. Resting on a gold coloured metallic base, a nod towards the traditional brass topped pubs, the award was hand engraved with the details of the awards and winners. Let's cheers to that!
Where do you go if you want to find out exactly what is going on in London? time Out Magazine of course. The famous guide to what's happening in town approached Creative Awards London to help with their famed Eating and Drinking Awards (One award we were certainly happy to thoroughly research) A brushed aluminium profile of a plate and knife and fork rests on a black half circle of timber. Simple yet effective.
One of the most famous and esteemed businesses in the UK, Fortnum and Mason are known for their fine selection of items and even finer food hall. The Fortnum and Mason Food and Drink Awards are made from a large block of translucent acrylic which is cast into a custom shape to resemble a ribbon. A large brass disc is etched with acid and infilled with black dye on the front of the acrylic.