Photos from the Award Ceremony

One of Malabar’s spreads in the catalog of German Design Prize 2010 winners. Order your copy of the book on Amazon today!
The Malabar typeface’s display, at the 2010 Communication Design Category Winners exhibition in Frankfurt’s Museum für Angewandte Kunst. Malabar was exhibited along with all of the other Gold and Silver prize winners in this category of the German Design Prize competition.
Frank Wildenberg, Linotype GmbH’s Managing Director, inside Frankfurt’s Museum für Angewandte Kunst.
The title sequence for this year’s German Design Prize award ceremony was created by Surface (Wiesbaden, Germany).
Group photo showing many of the representatives of companies who received awards in the 2010 German Design Prize competition. From the awards ceremony on February 12, 2010, at the Ambiente Trade Fair in Frankfurt.
The Malabar typeface’s Gold award is announced at the Februar 12, 2010 German Design Prize ceremony.
Dan Reynolds (left) and Frank Wildenberg (right) receive the award on behalf of Linotype GmbH.
The German Design Prize consists of certificates from the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, as well as a small trophy.
Dan Reynolds, the designer of the Malabar typeface, after the ceremony with Linotype’s award.