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The Drum and One Minute Briefs want your Donald Trump spoof ads: There's a Chip Shop Award up for grabs

Donald Trump One Minute Brief

The Drum is celebrating creativity without limits with One Minute Briefs and the Chip Shop Awards, by inviting artists, photoshoppers and ad pitchers to contribute to the Trump Creative Dump – an archive of all the top advertising and art inspired by Potus.

Today (Monday 6 March), One Minute Briefs is giving contributors the chance to win a Microchip award, a sponsored Chip Shop Awards category. Simply contribute spoof ads for brands using #DonaldTrump @POTUS with @TheDrum @ChipShopAwards on Twitter to get involved.

In addition to possibly winning a hallowed #MicroChips category Chip (pictured), the Drum will feature the top submissions online in the third installment of its Trump Creative Dump, which last week showcased the finest print covers featuring the commander in chief.

On the collaboration, Nick Entwistle, One Minute Briefs creator, said: “We’re looking for the OMBLES to share their brilliant ideas for brands using the controversial president Donald Trump.

“Whether the idea is comedic, controversial, clever or downright crazy, we want to see it. And you can win a Chip in the One Minute Briefs sponsored #Microchips category at the Chip Shop Awards. What better excuse to get involved than that?”

Entrants have until late Monday evening to finalise their entries.

Below is just a handful of the submitted work, which will hopefully get your creative juices flowing.

And if there is more work you want checked out by the Chip Shop Awards judges, enter here by Wednesday 9 March.

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