Gerry Farrell Ink lived up to its mantra – ‘proof you don’t need a big agency to get big ideas’ – taking home the Grand Prix for its ‘Leithers don’t litter’ campaign at last night’s Scottish Creative Awards.
Held at St Luke’s, the annual celebration of the Scottish creative industry also saw Frame pick up the Chairman’s Award for its ‘TypeOne Type Two’ work.
Big winners on the night included Whitespace who took home seven awards including Online Campaign and Outdoor Campaign; The Union who received eight awards Press Advert for PoppyScotland and Threebrand who scooped six nods including Packaging, Retail Advert and Copywriting.
This year’s winners were selected by an expert panel featuring the likes of Rapp creative director of design Adrian Whatman; Sarah Tempest, co-founder and strategy director of Altogether and Papa John’s senior marketing director Andrew Gallagher amongst others.
For a full list of this year’s winners visit the Scottish Creative Awards site, a selection of this year’s winning work is shown below.
GRAND PRIX - Gerry Farrell Ink: Crapitalism, A Rubbish Exhibition 'Leithers Don’t Litter'
ONLINE VIDEO/FILM - Freak Films & The Leith Agency 'A Bad Romance'
TV/CINEMA COMMERCIAL OVER 21 SECONDS - The Bridge: Belhaven 'A Handcrafted Tale'
ANNUAL REPORT/PUBLICATION - Whitespace: Scouts Scotland Annual Report
PACKAGING - PRC Ltd: Tomatin 'Tomatin 1971 Single Malt Whisky'
DESIGN STRATEGY - The Union: Skyscanner 'The Futurati'