Scottish Creative Awards finalists revealed - did you make the shortlist?

The finalists for this year’s Scottish Creative Awards have been announced with work for clients including Sport Scotland, Whyte & Mackay, the Scottish Government, STV, Ardbeg and the Glasgow School of Art making the shortlist.

The nomination announcement follows two days of judging by an expert panel including OgilvyOne creative director Aaron Goldring; creative director of design for Rapp London, Adrian Whatman; Rosetta ECD, Clare McDonald and Dave Waters of Watermill London, to name but a few, in Glasgow late last month.

The Gate Worldwide, Whitespace, Union, Story, APS Group, Stand and Pocket Rocket Creative are some of the finalists for this year’s awards which aim to celebrate the best work across the Scottish creative sector.

A full list of nominations in each category can be found here.

Winners will be announced on Thursday 9 October at the Marriott Hotel, Glasgow, to book a table or for more information visit the Scottish Creative Awards website.

Four new categories for 2014 launched in association with the Scottish Newspaper Society (SNS) to recognise editorial excellence remain open for entries until Friday 22 August, more information on these new awards can also be found on the Scottish Creative Awards site.

You can see a selection of nominated work below.

Whitespace: 'The Edinburgh Festival Fringe - The Average Commuter - Get Unbored'

Nominated in 6, 4 or Smaller Sheet Poster

Story: 'Ardbeg Tractor'

Nominated in Best Unusual Size/ Special Build, Art Direction

Pocket Rocket Creative: 'Tomatin Distillery'

Nominated in Packaging

Stand: 'VisitScotland Whisky Month 2014'

Nominated in Poster

Union: 'National Library of Scotland - Peter Pan'

Nominated in Press Ad, Press Campaign, Copywriting

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