Watch: D&AD President's Award winner Steve Henry's best ads

In tribute to ad industry veteran Steve Henry's recognition at this year's D&AD Awards, Campaign showcases his best work from over the years.

Steve Henry (right) collecting his award, with Andy Sandoz.
Steve Henry (right) collecting his award, with Andy Sandoz.

Steve Henry, the co-founder of Decoded and a founding partner of defunct agency Howell Henry Chaldecott Lury, was presented with the President’s Award at the D&AD Awards at Battersea’s Evolution last night (19 May).

Here are some of Henry's most well-known and celebrated ads:

Tango "Orange man" (1991)

Mercury Communications (1993)

Tango "St George" (1996)

The AA "the fourth emergency service" (1998)

Pot Noodle (2002)

First Direct "vicar" (2004)

Apple "Get a Mac" (2006)

 

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