D&AD AWARDS - Major craft prizes go to renowned directors

Established directors walked off with the big prizes in the D&AD advertising crafts section of the awards, with Roger Woodburn, Frank Budgen, and Vaughan and Anthea landing silvers for direction.

Established directors walked off with the big prizes in the D&AD

advertising crafts section of the awards, with Roger Woodburn, Frank

Budgen, and Vaughan and Anthea landing silvers for direction.



Park Village’s Woodburn took a silver pencil for Abbott Mead Vickers

BBDO’s Alka Seltzer ’lifeboat’ ad; Vaughan and Anthea (who have since

split) won for Lowe Howard-Spink’s Stella Artois ’les nouvelles

chaussures’ execution; while the Paul Weiland Film Company’s Frank

Budgen won with DDB Needham Amsterdam’s Central Beheer ’museum’

insurance spot.



The same ad won one of two silvers for special effects, the other going

to Bartle Bogle Hegarty’s Polaroid ’resignation’ spot, directed by

Michel Gondry at Partizan Midi Minuit. ’Resignation’ also took a best

use of music silver for its soundtrack, composed by Jake Jackson. BBH’s

Electrolux ’jungle’ ad won a silver for the animator, Pierre Buffin, of

Buf Compagnie.



The other major TV and cinema craft prize went to Blink’s Ivan

Zacharias, who won a silver for cinematography for his Whiskas

’insights’ spot for M&C Saatchi.



For print advertising craft, an individual illustration silver went to

Andrew Kingham for a 1576’s Bell’s execution, while the silver for

illustration in a campaign went to Sara Hodge for BBH’s Murphy’s.



The individual photography pencils went to Nadav Kander for his work on

Hal Riney and Partners’ ’Saturn reflection’ for Saturn cars in the US,

and to Sally Gall for Leagas Delaney’s ’trail free’ ad for Adidas.



A silver for photographic campaigns went to Nick Knight for his BBH

Levi’s press work.