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D&AD Global Awards 2007 open for entries


D&AD Global Awards 2007 open for entries

The opportunity for the world’s outstanding creative talent to shine has arrived with the launch of the D&AD Global Awards 2007 Call for Entries. Widely considered the world’s toughest and most coveted award to win, the Yellow Pencil is the global symbol of creative excellence.

In their 45th year, the awards span all areas of commercial creativity, from the traditional advertising and design disciplines, to ambient, interactive, gaming, music videos and emerging online categories.

“This year’s line-up of foremen is both formidable and inspiring. From David Nobay in Radio Advertising to past D&AD Presidents John Hegarty, Michael Johnson, Martin Lambie-Nairn, and Michael Wolff,’ said D&AD Chief Executive Michael Hockney. “Anyone with a passion for their work and a desire to showcase their talent on a global stage will enter the D&AD Global Awards.”

Notes:

1. Further information: www.dandad.org/awards07
2. Identity: The D&AD Global Awards 2007 identity concept is by Saatchi & Saatchi. The icon was designed by Build/This is Real Art.
3. Eligibility: Work must have been broadcast, published or launched between 1 January and 31 December 2006.
4. 2007 Timelines:
10 January – deadline for entry
25-31 March – judging in London
April – Nominations announced
24 May – D&AD Global Awards 2007 Ceremony & Dinner, Old Billingsgate, London

5. D&AD is a not-for-profit organisation that represents the international design, advertising and creative communities. More than any other organisation, D&AD sets industry standards, educates and inspires the next generation and promotes the importance of creativity, innovation and ideas within the business community. Visit www.dandad.org for further information. Registered Charity Number: 305992.

October 2006

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