CR Annual: last day to enter

Today is the last day to submit entries to the Creative Review Annual 2014 – our showcase of the finest visual communications work of the year.

Today is the last day to submit entries to the Creative Review Annual 2014 – our showcase of the finest visual communications work of the year.

The Annual is CR’s major awards scheme and highlights the best work in advertising, design, illustration and digital from the past 12 months.

Entries are judged by a panel of industry experts and winning submissions will be featured in a special double issue, published in May.

At 230 pages, last year’s issue was CR’s biggest ever and featured projects from Asia, Europe, the US, Canada and Australia. Winners included Spin, Magpie, Hat-Trick, AKQA, BBH, Google Creative Lab and R/GA to name just a few.

This year’s judges are:

Lesley Allan

Client director, Radley Yeldar

Garry Blackburn

Creative partner, Rose

Ben Christie

Creative partner and founder, Magpie Studio

David Eveleigh-Evans

Principal, Method

Matt Gooden

Executive creative director, Crispin, Porter + Bogusky

Caz Hildebrand

Creative partner, Here

Louisa James

Senior digital strategist, Jamie Oliver

David Kolbusz

Deputy ECD, BBH

Marc Kremers

Digital creative director, Future Corp

Jim Thornton

Creative director, VCCP

Claire Warner

Creative director, Browns

 

For more info on how to enter or to submit your work, click here.

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