Vogue.com 'nipples' scoops top prize at 2000 Poster Awards

By HARRIET MARSH, campaignlive.co.uk, Friday, 13 October 2000 12:00AM

M&C Saatchi's 'nipples' execution for Vogue.com and Leagas Delaney's Adidas series took the top honours at the Campaign Poster Awards this week.

M&C Saatchi's 'nipples' execution for Vogue.com and Leagas Delaney's Adidas series took the top honours at the Campaign Poster Awards this week.

As well as the gold award for Best Individual Poster, 'nipples' also picked up silvers for Best Fashion, Beauty, Healthcare and Toiletries Posters and Best First Use of Posters. A second execution, 'belly button', picked up the top prize in the Best 96-sheet Poster section.

Leagas Delaney's Adidas series - 'Beckham', 'Desailly', 'Overmars' and 'Zidane' - took the gold award for Best Campaign. 'Overmars' also scooped a silver for Best Use of Illumination.

TBWA/London's 'in the blood' execution for Sony PlayStation also picked up three awards, in the Best IT and Consumer Durables Poster, the Best Travel or Leisure Poster and Best Use of Photography categories.

The Campaign Readers' Award for Best Poster was won by RPM3's 'all over Kent' for Shepherd Neame.

Poster Awards supplement.



This article was first published on campaignlive.co.uk

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