Scorch London brings the Va Va Voom to this fortnight's Creative Round-Up vote
Scorch London’s Renault Clio video is certainly bringing the Va Va Voom to this fortnight’s vote to feature in The Works section of The Drum magazine as its currently sitting pretty at the top spot. Hot on its heels and not far off taking pole position for itself is Cogent Elliott and its work for Marketing Birmingham which is also proving popular with voters. Pfeffersack & Soehne’s Vanilla packaging is also storming the vote securing its spot in the upper echelons of the poll alongside Carter Wong’s Cornetto rebrand, Bulletproof’s Kilbeggan Irish Whiskey packaging, Cedar Communications 40th anniversary edition of BA High Life and The Leith Agency’s latest addition to its ‘Gets you through’ campaign for IRN-BRU. And of course Mrs Carter herself, Beyoncé, is no stranger to a high placing chart position. Off to a slightly slower start but definitely still in with a chance are Coley Porter Bell’s Limited Edition Beefeater gin bottle design, Chapter’s ad campaign for Gloster, Work in Progress’ brand identity for Metronet, Two Times Elliott’s Daniel Hopwood identity and ButterflyCannon’s glass design for Kopparberg. Print ads are also now garnering votes with Whiskas, Renault Twizy, and Hovis’ ads picking up speed. Thousands of votes have already been cast in the last two days but all is still to play for over the weekend and through next week with the vote closing at 12 noon on Wednesday 17 April. Vote for your favourite to make sure it makes it to the 26 April issue of The Drum.