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Jelly takes the lead in this week's Creative Round-Up


By Gillian West, Social media manager

April 26, 2013 | 2 min read

This fortnight's Creative Round-Up sees strong performances for both Swear Words and WRCS with their multiple entries all doing well for vote, striding out in front, however, at this early stage is McCann Manchester's ad for Hartley's Jelly.

Also competing well is Rippleffect's new web design for Visit Kent, Newhaven Communications ode to long-form copy for Trotters Independent Condiments and TODA's packaging design for Daylong sunscreen.

This Round-Up sees three alcohol packaging submissions - Marque Brand Consultants for The Pinnacle Group's Sail and Anchor, D-Lab for Double Vienna and D8 Agency for Tennent's T in the Park 20th anniversary cans - all competing for your clicks with all three sitting somewhere around the middle of the table.

Mother's mischievous gnomes for Ikea also seem to be another voter favourite, faring better than competing TV ads from Grey London and Leo Burnett for Vodafone and McDonald's respectively.

New Brand Vision's Press Association revamp is slowly gathering speed as is BrandAlley's latest print campaign and Chunk's app design for Channel 4 'Zeds'.

Every submission still has the chance to make it into the next issue of The Drum (10 May) they just need your help to get there. Make sure your favourite doesn't miss out by voting now.


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