D&AD New Blood 09 picture gallery

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  • Andrew Keller

    Andrew Keller

  • Blanca Piera

    Blanca Piera

  • Chris Frazer-Smith

    Chris Frazer-Smith

  • Daniel Hirchmann

    Daniel Hirchmann

  • Dan Tobin-Smith

    Dan Tobin-Smith

  • Dave Hobbs

    Dave Hobbs

  • Simon Elliott

    Simon Elliott

  • Tomas Mankovsky

    Tomas Mankovsky

  • Yanki Lee

    Yanki Lee

  • Alistair Robertson

    Alistair Robertson

  • Kit Darriahyn

    Kit Darriahyn

  • Martin Riesenfelder

    Martin Riesenfelder

  • Nigel Davies

    Nigel Davies

  • Olivier Altmann

    Olivier Altmann

  • Paul Shearer

    Paul Shearer

  • Johnny Tan

    Johnny Tan

  • Laura Jordan Bambach

    Laura Jordan Bambach

  • Simon Morris

    Simon Morris

  • Suzanne Sykes

    Suzanne Sykes

  • Tony Chambers

    Tony Chambers

  • Will Marsden

    Will Marsden

  • Graham Haig

    Graham Haig

  • Jason McCann

    Jason McCann

  • Joachim Sauter

    Joachim Sauter

  • Kate Stanners2

    Kate Stanners2

  • Helen Ellery

    Helen Ellery

  • Ian Hayworth

    Ian Hayworth

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Even adland's top creatives are happy to act silly for a good cause.

Paul Shearer and Kate Stanners are among those who have added their faces to D&AD’s New Blood campaign, by LBi.

The campaign asks creatives to pledge their support by sending in pictures of themselves.

Browse Campaign’s gallery of creatives above.

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