Golley Slater entry wins V&A Museum poster competition

Golley Slater Brooker, the Birmingham-based advertising agency, has won the competition to design a poster promoting the Victoria & Albert Museum’s poster exhibition this summer.

Golley Slater Brooker, the Birmingham-based advertising agency, has

won the competition to design a poster promoting the Victoria & Albert

Museum’s poster exhibition this summer.



The exhibition, the Power of the Poster, is being sponsored by members

of the Outdoor Advertising Association and runs from April to July. It

looks at the nature of the poster medium and how it has evolved over the

past 100 years.



The competition to find an image to promote the exhibition to consumers

attracted more than 200 entries. The submissions were judged by a panel,

headed by Trevor Beattie, and including Matthew Carrington, chairman of

the Outdoor Advertising Association, Francis Goodwin, managing director

of Maiden Roadside, and representatives from the V&A.



The winning ad was created by David Haynes, creative director of Golley

Slater, and the creative team of Chris Gill and Adrian Wilde. It will

run nationally during the period of the exhibition and will feature

prominently in press coverage.



Runners-up included Siggi Halling from J. Walter Thompson, Keith

Courtney from Leagas Shafron Davis, Philip Carter from Carter Wong

Partners, Nick Moffat and Tristan Sellan from Evans Hunt Scott, Jeremy

Pemberton and Nick Hastings from DMB&B and two students from Central St

Martins, Ellen Wibye and Kelvin Lim.



The winning ad and the runners-up will be displayed in the foyer of the

V&A when the exhibition opens.



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