Today is our last and biggest day of winner announcements.
A big round of applause goes to:
Our #cliogrand Winners:
Chipotle LA & Creative Artists Agency for Back to the Start (http://bit.ly/IytIpq)
MEMAC Ogilvy Tunis & Engagement Citoyen for The Return of Dictator Ben Ali (http://bit.ly/IJWeV0)
@Projector Tokyo & Intel for The Museum of Me (http://bit.ly/IOJyNG)
Advertiser Of The Year: Volkswagen
Agency Of The Year: BBDO New York
Network Of The Year: Ogilvy & Mather
Production Company Of The Year: Smuggler
Thank you for all of your hard work. It’s paid off! Congratulations!!
You’re so close to the finish line. Visit www.clioawards.com between April 30- May 4th to find out if your hard work has paid off!
Below is the winners release schedule:
Monday, April 30: Film & Film Technique, Hall Of Fame, Radio & Radio Technique
Tuesday, May 1: Interactive & Public Relations
Wednesday, May 2: OOH, Direct Mail, Print, Print Technique & Design
Thursday May 3: Content & Contact, Integrated Campaign, Innovative Media, Facebook Integrated Media & Student
Friday May 4: Grand CLIOs, Advertiser of the Year, Agency of the Year, Network of the Year & Production Company of the Year
Best of luck to you all!
You can register for the CLIO Awards Night tickets here: http://bit.ly/xzxokd
You know what they say, “Perspective is everything.” I’m not entirely sure who says that, but people do. And this newest tumblr is a great example of turning art on its head. Portraits always focus on the face, the front of a person. But what if we didn’t? What if portraits focused on the backs of people? What could we learn?
Hui Min Lee, a Masters student at SVA, proposes just that on his tumblr, I Got Your Back. Check out some examples of work below and definitely head over to his site for some incredible drawings.
Curated By Gabe Alonso, Community Manager @ 360i
*An edit has been made to note that the featured blogger is a male, not a female on Friday, June 22, 2012. Apologies to the blogger!
Recently I saw this pretty interesting piece by William Lamson, and I love the title explains everything already after you watch the video.
Curated by Eric Ku, @ Noise NY
Learn To Multiply is the site of Caitlin Doherty. I know nothing more than that. If these were simply paintings of old photos, they wouldn’t have the surreal quality that makes them so arresting.
Curated By Tara Bouley, Partner at Ladies & Gentlemen (@taratomorrow)