Atlanta company takes home prestigious Platinum Marcom Award
ATLANTA– Blue Marble Media, an Atlanta-based video, film, and motion graphics company, recently took home the prestigious Platinum MarCom Award for its Watching Hands video series featuring artists at work. The six-video series was created explicitly for the Georgia-Pacific sponsored Watching Hands exhibit at the CDC Museum. This marks the fourth consecutive year Blue Marble has taken home a Platinum MarCom Award for their corporate video work.
Watching Hands: Artists Respond to Keeping Well showcases the new work of six artists who interpret the act of hand washing in innovative and unexpected ways. The exhibit, showing at the David J. Sencer CDC Museum in Atlanta until January 12, 2012, features posters by James Victore of Brooklyn, NY, whose work has shown at MoMA and has appeared twice on the cover of TIME Magazine. Other featured artists include John Bankston, Joe Peragine, Katherine L. Ross, Didi Dunphy, and Laura Splan.
The six short documentaries, each about two minutes in length, are being shown as part of the exhibit, and are also available to view online.
The international MarCom competition receives about 5,000 entries annually from producers ranging in size from individuals to media conglomerates and Fortune 50 companies.