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One Show Design winners announced; India bags six Pencils

One Show Design winners announced; India bags six Pencils

Author | Tasneem Limbdiwala | Wednesday, May 06,2009 8:23 AM

One Show Design winners announced; India bags six Pencils

The 2009 One Show Design Awards, the international design competition honouring the year’s best in print design, environmental design, corporate identity, publication design, and package design have been announced. Six agencies from India have bagged the One Show Pencil – O&M (1 Gold, 1 Silver); Dizzy Design (1 Gold, 1 Silver); Leo Burnett (1 Silver), and Kritik/Chennai (1 bronze).

Ogilvy & Mather bagged one Gold Pencil for its work on Sanctuary, titled ‘Save Trees—Mouths-2’ in the Public Service - Posters – Single category. The agency also bagged a Silver Pencil for WWF India for its entry titled ‘Flock of Birds’ in the Public Service – Poster - Single category.

Dizzy Design agency bagged one Gold and one Silver Pencil for its work titled ‘Edible Visiting Cards’ for client Bombay Bakery in the Corporate Identity - Single category as well as in the Promotion category, respectively.

Leo Burnett India bagged a Silver Pencil for its entry titled ‘Luxor Pre-Highlighted Stationary’ for Luxor Writing Instruments in the Corporate Identity - Campaign category. Kritik from Chennai bagged a Bronze Pencil for its work for Sameer Gupta titled ‘Double Side’.

Announcing the winners, Mary Warlick, CEO of The One Club, said, “For nine years, One Show Design has recognised the importance of design in successful advertising campaigns. It showcases the best of visual thinking to communicate a brand’s identity.”

This year’s One Show Design served as the opening night of the first ever ‘Creative Week NYC’. Hosted by The One Club, the ‘Creative Week NYC’ includes three Awards shows honouring the year’s best achievements in advertising, interactive media and design in addition to events devoted to digital, music, film and the fine arts.

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