The Chip Shop Awards is the only creative celebration of advertising with no rules in the world and open to creative practitioners of all levels of experience.
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 has been discussing the creative ideas behind 2020's nominated hopefuls in a series of interviews.
In this episode, Phantom’s creative Dan Kelly and junior creative Martin Fuerst talk about their entry into the Best Professional Service category that is competing for a Chip this year.
Their work is features a number of short personal stories that are placed into the symbol of an electricity bolt, with the Ovo brand at the bottom.
This year's Chip Shop Awards winners of which will be announced during a virtual ceremony held during The Drum's Can-Do Festival later in June.
Watch Kelly and Fuerst discuss the background to the nominated work above and to find out more about the awards visit the official website.