Top Notch Client Art – Third Consecutive Award

No doubt about it, talented graphic designers know how to balance striking imagery with confident restraint.  In the case of Ernst & Young, their 2013 Entrepreneur of the World Gala Conformer Portfolio communicates self-assurance, prestige, and status.  The art is simple, utilizing “white” space and a fine-tuned message.

2013 Benny Award of Special Recognition, envelope category

2013 marks the third consecutive year that Printing Industries of America has recognized Ernst & Young’s great artwork combined with Conformer’s sleek packaging design with a Benny Award of Special Recognition in the envelope category.

Close up view of E&Y 2011 Benny Award winner

With over 2,800 entries, we are honored to be among industry leaders and thankful that great clients like Ernst & Young come back to Conformer year after year for their most important events.  You can read previous posts about our 2011 and 2012 Benny Award winners.


Refined and restrained - Ernst and Young delivers a clear message of quality.

  • Conformer Paperboard Portfolio – 10 1/4 x 13 with 3″ flap, Velcro closure.
  • Maximum capacity of 3/4″.
  • Product ID PP-16-15.
  • Two color printing, heavy coverage.  Overall soft-touch aqueous coating with spot UV coating.
  • 16pt coated one side paperboard.

-Bob Makofsky at

About Bob Makofsky

Bob runs operations and marketing and is Conformer’s resident postal expert. Bob has over a dozen years of entrepreneurial experience in the technology industry, in both marketing and business development roles ranging from negotiating $100 million-plus contracts nationally and abroad to developing marketing campaigns. He is regularly featured in print and packaging trade magazines on innovation. Bob is a competitive cyclist and longtime member of the Century Road Club Association in Central Park, competing in the Empire State Games (2007, 2008). Bob graduated from the University of Denver.
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