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D&AD New Blood 2015: the winners

D&AD has announced the winners of its New Blood student awards, with three black, four white and 20 yellow pencils going to projects for Nationwide, Airbnb, WeTransfer, WWF, Pantone, BBC, Vice and more.

D&AD 2015: the winners

The winners of this year’s D&AD Awards were announced at a ceremony in London last night, with juries awarding five black pencils, four white and 44 yellow. Here’s our round-up of the most successful projects and agencies…

D&AD judging week

It’s long been an ambition of D&AD to make the judging process not only more open but also more of an industry event in its own right, a place for wider discussion about creativity and how it is applied. And a bit more fun too. This week, they pulled it off

D&AD releases 2014 Annual cover

D&AD has released the cover for its 2014 annual, designed by members of Australian performance and visual art collective, The Kingpins.

ShellsuitZombie: Undead but here to help you

Studio ShellsuitZombie has made a name for itself through its magazine made “by graduates for graduates” and its events programme for young creatives. Five issues in and fresh from appearances at D&AD New Blood and Leefest, design lead Alex Vissaridis explains how the zombies have continued to move beyond print

New Blood’s new look

The identity and campaign for this year’s D&AD New Blood scheme was designed by The Office of Craig Oldham. Infographic-themed visuals include a wheel of muses, large-scale flow charts and supersized celebratory banners…

D&AD New Blood winners 2014

The winners of D&AD’s New Blood awards scheme were announced at a ceremony in London last night, with two black pencils and 30 yellows awarded to an inventive range of apps, posters and ad campaigns…

The best of D&AD New Blood 2014

Once again D&AD New Blood has taken over Spitalfields Market in London, which has played host to the enormous graduate fair since 2012. As one of the judges of ‘best stand’, CR was lucky enough to have a look around prior to the opening – and so here are some of our highlights

D&AD’s ad winners: what’s missing?

D&AD, alongside other awards schemes such as the One Show and Cannes Lions, are seen as offering a snapshot of the very best work in advertising each year. This year’s winners list features some excellent work, but a number of great projects also slipped through the net: here’s our pick of the ones that got away…

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