The Chip Shop Awards is the only creative celebration of advertising with no rules in the world and open to all levels of experience when it comes to creative practitioners.
The annual ceremony will once again feature categories such as Best Stunt or Experience, Best Ad Which Really Should Run, Best Shop Window Post Card and even Best Use of Bad Taste.
With nominations now out for this year, The Drum’s executive editor Stephen Lepitak discusses the creative ideas behind 2020's potential nominees in a series of interviews.
Chip Shop Chat: Bee Pahnke from Dragon Rouge talks Times Up entry; '
Dragon Rouge's head of voice, Bee Pahnke talks about the agency's poster created for the Time's Up movement promoting an Oscar for infamous Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein around his apparently frail appearance during his trial and subsequent conviction over rape allegations. This idea was entered into the Best Use of Celebrity category for the awards.
This year's Chip Shop Awards winners of which will be announced during a vurtual ceremony help online during The Drum's Can-Do Festival later in June. View further entries into the awards and discussion around the thinking behind those entires in some of the other interviews carried out in the Chip Shop Chat series below.
Watch Pahnke discuss the background to the idea entered into The Chip Shop Awards above. To find out more about the ceremony visit the official website.