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Chip Shop Awards finalists revealed

The nominations have now been announced for this year's Chip Shop Awards.

A record 129 nominations from all over the world have been shortlisted for the creative awards ceremony with no limits.

They include entries from Grinterspencer in Australia, gmbh and Miami Ad School Europe in Germany, Spank in Denmark, 99 Enterprises in New Zealand and Aimia in Canada.

But it is UK agencies that lead the nominations tally. Out in front are Big Communications with eight, Saatchi & Saatchi x (seven), EHS 4D Group (five), C21 (four), Elvis Communications (four) and IAS b2b Marketing (four).

The Chip Shop Awards is the only creative awards scheme of its kind. There are no rules, the ads do not have to run and the agencies do not have to work with the clients in real life.

The jury was chaired by Leo Burnett creative director John Jessup who revealed his choice for this year's Chairman's Award in this video interview with The Drum.

You can see a selection of the nominated videos on this page and much of the nominated work in the gallery below. The full list of nominations is on the Chip Shop Awards website.

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Now in their 14th year, The Chip Shop Awards continue to recognise creativity with no limits and no rules. It's an international creative awards, open to anyone with great ideas.

Are you capable of unhindered creative work? What would you do with total free reign of the advertising world? Whether a student, a junior, a freelancer or the top creative director in all the land – you can enter. 

Here is YOUR chance to roam free with our incredibly random and imaginative categories. The categories are altered every year to keep them fresh, funny and feisty.  But make no mistake: this isn’t all knob gags! We live for creativity. Some of our best entries portray a powerful advert that should make the biggest brands sit up and reconsider their advertising agency spend!

We only work with the finest judges. 2016’s panel consist of Arc WW, Sunshine, Mr. President, Innocent Drinks and One Minute Briefs  to name but a few. Top executive creative directors love these awards as they too, enjoy total creative freedom and love to see how deep your imagination can go...

Check out our previous judges to see how big this thing goes...

Entry deadline: 1 April 2016
Awards ceremony: 9 June 2016

 
 
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