EBGE Awards 2014 – Beetroot wins 9 distinctions!

Source: Photos by: Manolis Tsafos

Photo by: Manolis Tsafos

Another year of EBGE (Greek Graphic Design and Illustration Awards) came to an end with our team receiving a total of 9 distinctions (two awards and 7 merits)!!!
The signage for the mall Mediterranean Cosmos, the advertisements for the building materials Metaxiotis, the illustrations for the educational program of the Onassis Cultural Center, the brand identity for the cafe Stories, our work for ekies all senses resort, the cover of the German magazine NOVUM were a few of our projects that were awarded at the great night of the EBGE 2014 awards.

We want to thank our customers for their support and all of our partners and friends who believe in our work.

Congratulations to all of you!


Awarded Projects:
Corporate Identity Stories Taste & Tell (
Ekies escapism brochure (
Advertisement Metaxiotis (
Beetroot Business Cards (
Think Feel Poster (
Mediterranean Cosmos Signage (
Environmental graphics Ekies Stories (
Cover for Novum magazine (
Educational Program Illustrations for OCC ( is updated!

The moment you have all been waiting for, has arrived!

It has almost been two years since we last updated our website but they were definitely two years of hard work and effort, which is finally online for you to discover!


Old collaborations but also new ones were formed throughout these two years. Projects such as the Greek Presidency of the European Council, the famous instant cold coffee: Frappé, the launching campaign of our beloved Onassis Cultural Center (a.k.a Stegi) but also every promotional material for the events held at Stegi, the archive of the poet C.P. Cavafy, google action figures for google developers, stories about home baked cookies but also self initiated projects such as eros (love) as seen through the eyes of our creative team…

The aforementioned are just some of the projects we’ve been working on for the past two years so we invite you to go online and check the rest of our work!

Beetroot is happy and the beet goes on…