Awards and Achievements

The Amberd hall of fame!

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Since launching in 2010, Amberd Design Studio has been showered with a number of different awards – both in Los Angeles and throughout California. Many of our services have been recognized, including website development, traditional art, graphic design, and more.

Best digital marketing agencies by Clutch

Top Logo Design and Digital Agency of 2018

Online Review System, 2018
Amberd was selected as one of the top logo design and digital agencies in Los Angeles by Clutch, an online-based review system.

Best business awards, 2014

Best Business Award

Glendale, CA 2014

The Best Businesses Program seeks to honor companies that achieve “exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category.” Amberd was recognized in the web development category, for our work developing the Logo Born website.

Creative arts award, 2014

Creative Arts Award

Los Angeles, CA 2014

The Creative Arts Award was bestowed upon Amberd by the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs. Our studio was recognized for designing superb posters and banners for the department’s Public Art Division program.

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American Association of Webmasters

Los Angeles, CA 2013

In 2009, Amberd won its first major award outside of the visual art sphere. The prize, given by the American Association of Webmasters, was given for achievement in error-free and interactive website development.

Xpress Art Center, best painting of 2007

Xpress Art Center

Glendale, CA 2010

“Labyrinth: Maybe I’m crazy,” the same oil painting that won Amberd the Flames of Inspiration, also earned our studio a pair of awards from the Xpress Art Center in Glendale: Painting of the Year and Creative Minds of the Year.


“Flames of Inspiration” by Creative Center for the Arts, Inc.

Glendale, CA 2010

Amberd’s first major award, this prize—honored by Glendale’s Creative Center for the Arts, Inc.—recognized two different works. The first, called “Labyrinth: Maybe I’m crazy,” was an oil painting, while the second, “Shadows in Blue,” was a photo manipulation.

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