Art Directors Club Announces Winners

The Art Directors Club held its 92nd Annual Awards competition this past week in Miami Beach to honor the best work from around the world in the interactive, advertising, design, motion, photography and illustration industries.

This year’s cumulative winners, based upon awards won across all categories, are as follows:

  • ADC Network of the Year: BBDO
  • ADC Agency of the Year: McCann NY
  • ADC Design Firm of the Year: Dentsu Inc.
  • ADC Interactive Agency of the Year: Forsman & Bodenfors
  • ADC School of the Year: School of Visual Arts

Former ad exec and now entrepreneur Cindy Gallop was the Master of ceremonies. This year’s winners represented 23 countries, demonstrating the ADC’s dedication to finding the best creative talent across the globe. Gold, Silver and Bronze work will be sent on a worldwide tour—from New York to Sao Paolo and numerous venues in between—through the ADC International Annual Awards Exhibition.

Design-driven production company Buck won the third-annual ADC Designism Award, which honors work that drives social or political change. Buck’s work entitled “Metamorphosis” was a promotional campaign for Good Books.

To view the complete list of all ADC 92nd Annual Awards Gold, Silver, Bronze, Merit, Student and ADC Designism winners, please visit http://www.adcawards.org/92ndgalawinners/.

Judges included Naked Creative Partner Fernanda Romano (Interactive Jury Chair), Droga5 Executive Creative Director Ted Royer (Advertising Jury Chair) and Founder, Prologue Films and co-Founder Imaginary Forces, Kyle Cooper (Motion Jury Chair).

Posted on April 5, 2013, in DiGennaro Communications, Events, The Hit Board and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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