LIDA currently holds pole position in our Cheltenham-inspired Creative Round-Up update
And they’re off…
Sprinting ahead at this point in the race to be included in the 29 March issue of The Drum is none other than LIDA with is outdoor and guerrilla campaign for the Miscarriage Association, but hot on its heels and not giving up without a fight is Grey London’s campaign for The Sunday Times Style guide which celebrates our fashion royalty – Victoria Beckham, Kate Moss and Tinie Tempa.
A whisker behind and definitely still in the running is Raw Productions videos for the Royal British Legion and tailing them closely is adam&eveDDB's Bulmers TV execution.
Juice Design and its Creative Skillset Apprenticeship Toolkit design is pushing forward and following behind is not one but three submissions from Guerilla running in succession with Dentist Direct, Network Ticketing and Alnwick Castle sticking close together.
Not to be discounted at this stage and still coming up fast is M&C Saatchi’s ad for Etihad Airways. The Lane’s web design for Border’s Biscuits has also been gaining speed, and picking up the momentum is JWT London’s ‘Magic Cube’ Oxo ad and RKCR/Y&R’s “The Good Life” creative for Holland & Barrett.
Coming up on the rear are Tangent Graphic’s two runners with Volunteer 2014 typographic design trotting behind its stable mate ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ for the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Cube3’s brand design for TAGS and Made Thought’s designs for ColorPlan are still holding strong, with adam+eveDDB’s Harvey Nichols ads picking up speed after a slow start.
The runners are all still in with a chance, be sure to cast your vote before Wednesday 20 March to get your favourite a spot in Winner’s Circle.