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Myke Hamilton's #NaughtyToBeNoticed CV creative currently taking the lead in The Works online vote

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By Gillian West, Social media manager

March 1, 2013 | 2 min read

The heat is well and truly on to get into The Works section of the 15 March issue of The Drum with over 3,000 votes (positive and negative) cast since going live on Wednesday (27 February).

Currently leading the race is Myke Hamilton’s cheeky double entendre CV postcard campaign #NaughtyToBeNoticed.

Following behind Myke is Sony Mobile’s new TV offering for the Xperia Z by McCann London, Form Design’s posters for 100% Design, hroc’s internal magazine etc., the rebrand of youth charity Key by 22 Group, and Paddy Power’s ‘2nd Job for Subs’ poster initative which aims to get footballers like Fernado Torres, Darren Bent and Andrei Arshavin earning their keep at premier league clubs.

Also performing well in the vote is Dog Digital’s new website for music festival T in the Park’s 20th anniversary, Dinosaur’s WorldPay ads, studio h’s rebrand for Jaf Tea, and AMV BBDO’s two entries a topical 6 Nations press campaign for Eurostar and the its work for GALAXY that see’s film icon Audrey Hepburn brought back to life using CGI.

The vote will be open until next Wednesday (6 March) so if you’re favourite isn’t quite making the cut as of yet you can still turn things around.

The Works aims to celebrate the creative work being produced by the industry so all positive votes are greatly appreciated.

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