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ADC Announces Top Winners in Broadcast Advertising, Interactive, Motion and Special Awards in 93rd Annual Awards Celebration

MJZ Takes Home Gold for Old Spice, "Momsong," Forsman & Bodenfors for Volvo Trucks, "Live Test Series," Takes Home Best in Show, Leo Burnett Named Network of the Year

MIAMI BEACH, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 04/09/14 -- ADC, the first global creative collective of its kind and the longest standing organization championing the visual arts, tonight announced winners of the 93rd Annual Awards in the Broadcast Advertising, Interactive, Motion and cumulative and special awards categories. The awards were presented during the third night of the ADC Festival of Art + Craft in Advertising and Design at the New World Center in Miami Beach.

Cindy Gallop, advertising pioneer and former chair of Bartle Bogle Hegarty (BBH), hosted the night, where conceptual artist and festival presenter Natasha Tsakos performed, along with Miami's own New World Symphony. The after party on the roof of the New World Center, features the musical stylings of DJ Obscene and includes the world premiere of Laser Cat, Hungry Castle's giant feline-shaped installation that projects art from its eyes with lasers.

For the first time, this year featured a balanced jury of women and men, all of whom represent outstanding talent within the creative communications industry. The 93rd Annual Awards juries selected the very best of this year's entries guided by Jury Chairs Judy John, CEO and Chief Creative Officer of Leo Burnett Canada (Interactive); Orion Tait, Creative Director and Principal of the production company Buck (Motion); and Margaret Johnson, Executive Creative Director and Partner at Goodby Silverstein & Partners (Advertising).

Gold Cubes awarded at the ADC 93rd Annual Awards Celebration Night Two are as follows:

Advertising: 21ADC Cubes (12 Gold, 9 Silver)

  • Wieden+Kennedy New York for Southern Comfort, "Whatever's Comfortable Karate"
  • MJZ for Old Spice, "Momsong"
  • MJZ for DirecTV, "Cable Effects 4"
  • Forsman & Bodenfors for Volvo Trucks, "The Epic Split"
  • Creative Artists Agency for Chipotle Mexican Grill, "The Scarecrow"
  • AMVBBDO for DIAGEO, "SAPEURS"
  • F/Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi for Leica Store Sao Paulo, "Soul"
  • Hakuhodo Inc. for Inakadate Village, "rice-code"
  • Forsman & Bodenfors for Volvo Trucks, "Live Test Series"
  • Leo Burnett France for Mimi Foundation, "If Only For A Second"
  • Droga5 for Newcastle Brown Ale, "If We Made It"
  • School of Visual Arts, Gin Chen, Lauren Hom, Kirk Liu, "Brady Center Cut Short" (Student)

Interactive: 20 ADC Cubes (9 Gold, 11 Silver)

  • Droga5 for DE-DE, "Thunderclap"
  • Creative Artists Agency for Chipotle Mexican Grill, "The Scarecrow"
  • Forsman & Bodenfors for Volvo Trucks, "The Epic Split"
  • Forsman & Bodenfors for Volvo Trucks, "Live Test Series"
  • BBDO New York for Lowe's, "Lowe's Vine Fix In Six Campaign"
  • Forsman & Bodenfors for Volvo Trucks, "The Epic Split"
  • Forsman & Bodenfors for Volvo Trucks, "Live Test Series"
  • Party, Inc. for Universal Music LLC, "GAGADOLL"
  • Creative Artists Agency for Chipotle Mexican Grill, "The Scarecrow"

Motion: 6 ADC Cubes (3 Gold, 3 Silver)

  • Hornet for Hornet, "Marilyn Myller"
  • Forsman & Bodenfors for Volvo Trucks, "The Epic Split"
  • Lee Seoung Jun for SVA, "Dubstep Tutorial" (Student)

Special Awards: 9 ADC Cubes

  • Best in Show (Advertising): Forsman & Bodenfors for Volvo Trucks, "Live Test Series"
  • Designism: Creative Artists Agency for Chipotle Mexican Grill, "The Scarecrow"
  • Design Team of the Year: Dentsu, Inc. - 9 Total Awards
  • Advertising Agency of the Year: Forsman & Bodenfors - 15 Total Awards (5 Total Advertising Awards)
  • Interactive Agency of the Year: Forsman & Bodenfors - 15 Total Awards (9 Total Interactive Awards)
  • Client of the Year: Volvo Trucks - 15 Total Awards
  • Production Company of the Year: Folke Film - 15 Total Awards
  • Network of the Year: Leo Burnett - 12 Total Awards
  • School of the Year: School of Visual Arts - 7 Total Awards

The full list of winners announced at the ADC Annual Awards Celebration Night 2 can be found here. A complete list of winners for all categories is also available.

ADC gratefully acknowledges its sponsors: Shutterstock, SapientNitro, Offset, Martin Guitar, The Creative Register, Monotype, PointRoll, MAMA and the Miami Beach Visitor and Convention Authority for their support of the Tomorrow Awards and the ADC 93rdAnnual Awards and Festival of Art + Craft in Advertising and Design.

About ADC
ADC was founded in 1920 by Louis Pedlar to ensure that advertising was judged by the same stringent standards as fine art. More than 90 years later, ADC remains committed to championing the importance of art and craft in advertising and design through its diverse global network of programs. A not-for-profit membership organization boasting one of the most concentrated groups of creative talent in the world, ADC's mission is to Connect creative professionals around the globe, while simultaneously Provoking and Elevating world-changing ideas. From its Manhattan gallery to its international membership community, ADC provides a neutral forum for creatives of all levels to network, learn and grow.

About the ADC Annual Awards
The ADC 93rd Annual Awards of Art + Craft in Advertising and Design is the first international award show of its kind, celebrating the very best in design, advertising, photography, illustration, motion and interactive work, all with a focus on industry-leading artistry and craftsmanship. Outstanding entrants are selected by highly respected international juries, and honored with coveted Gold, Silver and Bronze ADC Cubes. These Cubes are presented at the annual ADC Festival of Art + Craft in Advertising and Design in Miami Beach, and winners are immortalized in the fully interactive ADC Annual app. The ADC Annual Awards is a proud supporter of and participant in the Let's Make the Industry 50/50 Initiative. Learn more at www.adcawards.org.

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