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Don't look now! Chip Shop Awards 2014 winners revealed – see them here

The winners of adland's most notorious awards ceremony, the Chip Shop Awards, have been revealed. Those of a faint heart may wish to look away now.

The eleventh annual Chip Shop Awards celebrating creativity with no limits took place at the Ministry of Sound in London last night. The Chip Shops is the only creative awards scheme that has no rules. Infamously, agencies need not even work for the clients they are advertising and categories include best use of bad taste and best use of plagiarism.

This year the Grand Prix (aka the Big Chip) was awarded to Sugar&Partners for Refuge London, a powerful ad that drew on one of the biggest stories of recent times to call for an end to domestic violence.

This year's awards were chaired by Grey's executive creative director Nils Leonard, who deputised for last-minute absentee Laura Jordan Bambach.Leonard said: "In certain moments I wondered what the fuck I was doing. Then I remembered that uncomfortable feeling was open and free creativity. And I became OK looking at ads with Fred West in.”You can see a full list of this year's winners below, or visit the Chip Shop website here.

Chairman's Award

Entrant: The Black Eye ProjectBrand: Sitelock Web SecurityTitle: Hacker

Best use of a celebrity

Entrant: Daniel Harris (Edinburgh University)Brand: Petits FilousTitle: Mr. T - "I Petits Filous!" Entrant: Antony (TM)Brand: Trip AdvisorTItle: Trip Advisor Entrant: Sugar&PartnersBrand: Refuge LondonTitle: Saatchi vs. Nigella

Best use of outdoor space

Entrant: Aaron ShawBrand: FIFATitle: Brazil World Cup

Best use of logo (new category) for 2014

Entrant: Stein IASBrand: Microsoft WindowsTitle: Microsoft WindowsCredits: Russell Suthers Entrant: notwilliamBrand: opelTitle: opel goes electricCredited Individuals: Billy Allen (Art Director) Entrant: Paul Middleton (Freelance)Brand: BacardiTitle: Make mine a doubleCredited Individuals: Paul Middleton

Best use of plagiarism

Entrant: Big CommunicationsBrand: The Big IssueTitle: Thought for foodCredits: Katie Bradshaw / Art Director and Ryan Griffiths / Copywriter

Entrant: CopyBird LtdBrand: TunesTitle: Wrong DirectionCredited Individuals: Claire Robinson - Copybird

Best use of a shop window postcard space

Entrant: BoxerBrand: Mens Health ClinicTitle: Erectile DysfunctionCredits: Paul Martin Entrant: School of Communication ArtsBrand: Tennis UmpireTitle: Tennis UmpireCredits: Aleks Wnuk & Daniella Murphy - School of Communication Arts

Best use of sarcasm

Entrant: Ferrier Pearce Creative GroupBrand: University of OxfordTitle: To be, or not to be?Credits: Karina Monger

Best work for any brand you haven't a hope of winning

Entrant: James GarsideBrand: GUINNESSTitle: Hang onCredits: James Garside - Art Director

Best work for a relative or friend

Entrant: Shane Jones - FreelanceBrand: Dave's Garden ServicesCredited Individuals: Shane Jones Entrant: C21Brand: Chris Parry Carpenter

Best use of bad taste

Entrant: School of Communication ArtsBrand: BeatsTitle: Beats by BrownCredited Individuals: Will Wright and James Lucking - School of Communication Arts Entrant: TOADBrand: KooplesTitle: The KooplesCredited Individuals: Daniel Clarke - Creative Director, TOAD

Invent your own category

Entrant: NBrand: NUKO AgencyCustom Category: Best Use of Internal Staff to Create a Leaving VideoTitle: Gary Come HomeCredited Individuals: Alex Kirby (Director, Camera Op & Editor), Arthur Lewin (Director, Camera Op & Editor) Entrant: The Black Eye ProjectBrand: Sitelock Web SecurityCustom Category: Best use of hacking for self promotionTitle: Hacker

Best work for any brand you haven't a hope of winning

Entrant: School of Communication ArtsBrand: DurexTitle: Should Have WornCredited Individuals: Thomas Worthington & Greg Ormrod - School of Communication Arts

Best ad based on a topical news story/breaking news

Entrant: School of Communication ArtsBrand: Ukraine BeerTitle: Taste of ChangeCredited Individuals: Tom Fenwick Smith & Rebecca Arthur - School of Communication Arts Entrant: Sugar&PartnersBrand: Refuge LondonTitle: Saatchi vs. Nigella

Best use of satire

Entrant: School of Communication ArtsBrand: Peter (Homeless Bloke who begs near Tesco Metro, Chippenham)Title: Little HelpsCredited Individuals: Brodie King & Mimi Philips - School of Communication Arts

Best use of a pet or animal

Entrant: PrivateBrand: LynxTitle: The Lynx EffectCredited Individuals: Jay Packham (Art Director), Ian Cochran (Copywriter)

Best ad that should really run

Entrant: Matthew WyattBrand: Post-it NotesTitle: Buy Lightbulbs Entrant: Sugar&PartnersBrand: Refuge LondonTitle: Saatchi vs. Nigella

It's so wrong it's right

Entrant: School of Communication ArtsBrand: Two Wongs Make A WhiteTitle: Wong on so many levelsCredited Individuals: Oli Rogers & Robbie Field - School of Communication Arts Entrant: TOADBrand: KooplesTitle: The KooplesCredited Individuals: Daniel Clarke - Creative Director, TOAD

Best use of a future technology/technology that doesn't even exist yet

Entrant: David FitzsimonsBrand: AppleTitle: Shit SniperCredited Individuals: David Fitzsimons

Best use of an old technology

Entrant: University of GloucestershireBrand: Royal Mail Postal Redirection ServiceTitle: Royal Mail Postal Redirection ServiceCredited Individuals: Jacob Lovewell & Syaza Abdur Rahman

Best use of regional dialect

Entrant: RPM Brand: National Blood ServiceTitle: Give. Blud.Credited Individuals: Tim Jones - RPM Entrant: Big CommunicationsBrand: Yow TubeTitle: Yow TubeCredited Individuals: Tom Heywood (Tom Heywood / Art Director)

Best remake of an existing advert

Entrant: TOADBrand: KooplesTitle: The KooplesCredited Individuals: Daniel Clarke - Creative Director, TOAD

Entrant: Stein IASBrand: DoveTitle: A real beautyCredited Individuals: Alex Webb, Georgina Berry

Best ambient media

Entrant: Table 19Brand: DurexTItle: or DurexCredited Individuals: Kieran Child (Art Director), Steve Atkinson (Copywriter)

Best consumer ad or campaign

Entrant: School of Communication ArtsBrand: Webuyanycar.comTitle: We Buy Nealy Any Car Dot ComCredited Individuals: Thomas Worthington & Greg Ormrod - School of Communication Arts Entrant: James GarsideBrand: GUINNESSTitle: Hang onCredits: James Garside - Art Director

Best charity advert

Entrant: Sugar&PartnersBrand: Refuge LondonTitle: Saatchi vs. Nigella

Tightbriefs

Entrant: Matthew Wyatt (Tight Briefs entry)Title: Stickers to hide the government's graphic cigarette pack warnings

Best use of Drum sponsored by The Drum

Entrant: School of Communication ArtsBrand: The Drum / Marketing Weak / CampainTitle: #ShabbycabCredited Individuals: Thomas Worthington and Greg Ormrod

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