Countdown to the Art of the Envelope Awards tonight at Deus Ex Machina in Auckland

PUSH-3.jpgUPDATED: Brought to you by Candida, Kinetic 121 and New Zealand Post, everyone who is anyone in the advertising and marketing industry will be at Deus Ex Machina in Auckland TONIGHT (17 November) for the 2010 Art Of The Envelope Awards.
Kiwi pop star and founder of online t-shirt company Closet, Dave Gibson, will turn MC for the night - make sure you RSVP to ensure you don't miss out!
This year's Best in Show gets to choose from a prize pool worth $5,000 and each of the category winners will be rewarded with the latest Apple gear, vouchers and much more. Some lucky people will also win the same t-shirt Dave will be wearing on the night!
New Zealand Post's Fiona Woolley says the calibre of this year's entries were a reflection of the creative talent of the industry: "As always, whittling the entries down to a handful of finalists was an extremely tough job."
The finalists for the 2010 Art Of The Envelope Awards are:

Mailed Masterpiece (previously created work that has been direct mailed, including envelopes and larger packages)
·        Sue Archibald - Promote Ltd ('Don't be left in the dark', Pride in Print)
·        Tony Clewett - Draft FCB ('Kustom Konnections Saw', Genesis)
·        Tony Clewett - Draft FCB ('Mostnificence', Mini Cooper)
·        James Liggins ('Envelope gift card', Knopak)
The 50 Cent Classic (a redesign of the regular-sized envelope that can be mailed economically, to showcase creativity on a budget)
·        Wayne Pick - Pick Creative ('Long golf', VW)
·        Matt Hampton - Aim Proximity ('Burning hole', Tower)
·        Kate Murchison - Draft FCB ('Nothing to hide', Pacific Blue)
·        Rachel Walker - Aim Proximity ('Despicable me 3D', Events Cinemas)
·        Erin Gulyas - AUT University ('They took everything', AMI)
Redefine and Redesign (an unrestrained opportunity to produce an artistic or futuristic masterpiece)
·        Alex Hamilton - Saatchi & Saatchi ('AXIS Awards', NZ Post)
·        Wayne Pick - Pick Creative ('EcoPac', NZ Post)
·        Tony Clewett - Draft FCB ('Mostnificence', Mini Cooper)
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