CANNES 2013: Monday roundup from Live@Cannes
Day two of the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity featured winners, intimate taxi rides and maps made of meat.
Here is the second day’s roundup from our live blog Live@Cannes:
One city, two maps
These satirical maps of Cannes are one of the online gems from yesterday – one map made of meat for the "rich, past-it" creative directors, and another map made of mouldy bread for the "young, hungry creatives who do the work."
The cost of Lions awards entries is big news this year. We loved Instead of Lion, a website revealing what could be bought with the money spent on Lions entries this year.
Campaign in a cab
We hopped in a taxi with Neil Dawson, the creative director of BETC London, in the first of our exclusive Cannes videos.
Awards get started
Last night marked the first of Cannes’ many awards ceremonies. In Creative Effectiveness, the UK scooped two awards, and McCann Melbourne won the Grand Prix in the PR Lions.
Black tops the charts
Spotted around Cannes
Moments of calm
The festival is manic, but we managed to capture some peaceful moments at places like the Getty Images board yesterday.
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