Dupliquick Printers are pleased to announce Ridiculusmus' The Eradication of Schizophrenia in Western Lapland as the winner of this year's Dupliquick Zebra Awards for Best Poster Design.

The theatre company have won a cash prize of £250 along with £250 worth of free printing which may be used for their 2014 Fringe campaign.

The Judges selected the Ridiculusmus’ poster because of the intriguing main image, colour scheme and well-laid out text.

The competition attracted over 200 entrants from Fringe participants – the highest number of entries ever received in the initiatives ten year history.

Runners up to the competition were Future Ruin’s Theatre on a Long Thin Wire and Livewire Theatre’s Oliver Twist who will each receive £250 worth of free printing.

Nigel Harper, a director of Dupliquick, said: “This is the 10th year of our Awards and Dupliquick want to thank all the entrants and judges over the years. It was great to have a record number of entries and, as each year, it was very challenging to shortlist and then pick the 3 winners.

“It is unlikely that we will be able to continue sponsoring these awards next year but it remains a possibility. It has been fun and fascinating to see styles and designs evolve over the 10 years and to celebrate this we are holding an exhibition in August of all the winners and some of the runners-up at the Arthur Conan Doyle Centre Cafe, Venue 290."

The annual competition is open to every show registered with the Fringe Society and offers a cash prize of £250 for the winner as well as £250 worth of printing for the winner and two runners-up.

Dupliquick drew up a shortlist of 12 posters which were then considered by a panel of expert judges on Tuesday 22 July.

Ridiculusmus' The Eradication of Schizophrenia in Western Lapland is a dual family drama about recovery from schizophrenia.