Ogilvy Group, Melbourne wins Australia's only award at One Show Design for Evolve poster

Screen shot 2012-05-07 at 10.58.10 PM.jpgOgilvy Group, Melbourne won Australia's only award at One Show Design, held tonight at the Frank Gehry-designed IAC Building in New York - a Bronze for Scott Holdings' Evolve 'Skate Focused' poster in the Collateral Design - Posters Campaign category.


Best of Show went to Serviceplan Gruppe, Munich for The Solar Annual Report for Austria Solar, the first solar-powered annual report featuring invisible type that only can be seen in sunlight.
Screen shot 2012-05-08 at 7.43.47 AM.jpg2012 One Show Design Gold Pencil winners also include:

•    "For Browsing Only" for the Browsing Copy Project by Beautiful/Singapore
•    "Living Masterpiece" for GE by AMV BBDO/London
•    "The Snowflake and the Bubble" for Saks Fifth Avenue by Iris/New York
•    "Legends" for Leica by F/Nazca Saatchi and Saatchi/Sao Paulo

By country, the top Pencil winners were:

15 Germany         (4 Gold, 7 Silver, 4 Bronze)
10 United States     (2 Gold, 3 Silver, 5 Bronze)
10 Brazil         (2 Gold, 1 Silver, 7 Bronze)
  8 Japan         (3 Gold, 4 Silver, 1 Bronze)
  7 Canada         (1 Gold, 3 Silver, 3 Bronze)

"As Jury Chair of the 2012 One Show Design awards competition, I was thrilled to collaborate with 10 other top global talents, each of whom brought his and her own professional creative experience and unique perspective to the judges table.  While we viewed and discussed thousands of amazing pieces, we all came together in the end with a singular view of the best; the printed piece The Solar Annual report for Austria Solar that we celebrate this evening," said Pum Lefebure, co-founder and Creative Director at Design Army and 2012 One Show Design Jury Chair. 

"This is the first annual report powered by the sun, with content remaining invisible until sunlight falls on the page. It truly exhibits where innovation, creativity, and craft comes together. While the media may be changing, one thing never does: powerful design always leaves a lasting impression on our eyes and in our minds," Ms. Lefebure continued.

A total of 3,400 entry pieces from 40 countries around the world were received for this year's One Show Design award competition, which is annually produced by The One Club.  One Show Design winners also included 23 Silver Pencil and 35 Bronze Pencil awards. The competition featured 14 categories including Branding; Corporate Identity; Package, Industrial and Collateral Design; Self Promotion; Spatial, Outdoor, Print and Broadcast Design; Direct Mail, Public Service/Non-Profit/Educational; Craft, and Sustainability in Design. In addition, nine new sub-categories were introduced that included Billboards, Transit, Street Furniture and Animation

A complete list of Pencil winners and "Best of" honors can be found at oneclub.org. In addition, One Show Design winners will be featured in the commemorative One Show Annual, which will be released later this year.


GD said:

Well done, Winter.

Dirk said:

*cough* scaaaaam! *cough*

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... said:

Well done and all.

But I'd love to know where it ran.

Cooper Pedy Inquirer perhaps?

Well done said:

...to the most talented boys, no longer at Ogilvy Melbourne.

Andy said:

Well done guys

badgerbear said:

Winter. Hill. Knox. I miss those bastards.

Sigh... said:

AWWW...an old school scam. God bless. Brings a sentimental 1990s kinda tear to my eye.

... said:

6:37 Get back to your colostomy bag you over-priced mannequin.

Crystal said:

Congratulations Jo and Winter!! x

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