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ADC: 88th Annual Awards Jury For 2009 Advertising And ADC Hybrid Categories

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January 2009

The Art Directors Club has announced the complete international juries consisting of leading creatives and designers for the ADC Hybrid and Advertising categories of the ADC 88th Annual Awards program for 2009.

The ADC Hybrid category honors the year's most innovative, game-changing and inspiring work, and the most relevant, entertaining, engaging brand experiences and advertising solutions.

ADC 88th Annual Awards Hybrid jury:
  • John Jay, executive creative director, partner, Wieden+Kennedy, Portland (OR), USA (Jury Chair)
  • Koichiro Tanaka, creative director, Projector, Tokyo, Japan
  • Alex Lieu, chief creative officer, 42 Entertainment, Pasadena (CA), USA
  • Rob Reilly, partner, co-executive creative director, Crispin Porter + Bogusky, Miami, USA
  • Guillermo Tragant, president, creative, FURIA, Buenos Aires, Argentina

    The Advertising category covers work in broadcast, print, poster, billboard, collateral, integrated and interactive.

    ADC 88th Annual Awards Advertising jury:
  • David Nobay, creative chairman, droga5, Sydney, Australia (Jury Chair)
  • Alexander Zelmanovics, chief creative officer, Lowe GGK, Vienna, Austria
  • Pancho González, director general creativo, Unitas/RNL, Santiago, Chile
  • Prasoon Joshi, executive chairman, regional creative director, Asia Pacific, McCann Erickson, Mumbai, India
  • Steve Stretton, creative founder, Archibald Ingall Stretton, London, UK
  • Seb Royce, creative director, Glue London, London, UK
  • Bob Winter, vice president, creative director, Leo Burnett, Chicago, USA
  • Jan Jacobs, co-founder, creative director, Johannes Leonardo, New York, USA
  • Luis Miguel Messianu, president, chief creative officer, Alma DDB, Coral Gables (FL), USA
  • Roger Baldacci, executive vice president, creative director, Arnold, Boston, USA
  • Masako Okamura, creative director, Dentsu, Tokyo, Japan
  • Glenn Cole, co-founder, co-creative director, 72andSunny, Los Angeles, USA

    “ADC juries are made up of those whose work is at the vanguard of creative today,” said Ami Brophy, CEO, ADC.

    “Advertising category jurors bring their diverse points of view to bear from a global perspective, and are tasked with identifying the world’s best work in broadcast and print. The ADC Hybrid jury specializes in recognition of the extreme of innovation in advertising, the work that raised the bar by breaking new ground.”

    Full juries for the ADC 88th Annual Awards Interactive were announced last week. Design and ADC Design Sphere categories will be announced shortly.

    Deadline for entries is January 16, 2009 for professionals and January 30, 2009 for students.

    Winners will be announced in the spring of 2009 during the Gala awards ceremony at the ADC Gallery in New York. Winning work will also be part of a world exhibition tour, and be published in the Art Directors Club Annual 88, the longest running archive of leading creative work in global advertising, design and visual communications.

    A number of new elements have been added to the ADC 88th Annual Awards program. These include the debut of the ADC Black Cube for best-in-show in Advertising, Design and Interactive; the new ADC Bronze Cube (supplementing the existing Gold and Silver Cube awards); and cumulative awards for Design Firm of the Year, Advertising Agency of the Year, Interactive Agency of the Year and Network of the Year, based on winning point totals for the year.


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