Campaign Poster Advertising Awards 1999: The Corbis Images Award - Best Use of Photography Photographs (Omitted)

SILVER AWARD
Title: Wedding
Agency: BMP DDB
Client: Bernard Bradley, communication manager, Volkswagen
Creative Director: Jeremy Craigen
Art Director: Neil Dawson
Copywriter: Clive Pickering
Typographer: FGDS
Photographer: Paul Reas
Outdoor Specialist: Posterscope
Printer: Campaign Posters
Commendation
Title: Beansprouts
Agency: TBWA GGT Simons Palmer
Client: Damien Whitmore, marketing director, Tate Gallery
Creative Director: Trevor Beattie
Art Director: Paul Belford
Copywriter: Nigel Roberts
Typographer: Paul Belford
Photographer: Tessa Traeger
Outdoor Specialist: TDI
Printer: Odessa Offset
Commendation
Title: Nipples
Agency: TBWA GGT Simons Palmer
Client: Alan Welsman, marketing director, Sony
Creative Director: Trevor Beattie
Art Directors: Nick Hine, Paula Jackson, John Anderson
Copywriters: Paula Jackson, Nick Hine
Photographer: Tomas Schelp
Outdoor Specialist: Posterscope
Printer: Billboard Posters

SILVER AWARD

Title: Wedding

Agency: BMP DDB

Client: Bernard Bradley, communication manager, Volkswagen

Creative Director: Jeremy Craigen

Art Director: Neil Dawson

Copywriter: Clive Pickering

Typographer: FGDS

Photographer: Paul Reas

Outdoor Specialist: Posterscope

Printer: Campaign Posters

Commendation

Title: Beansprouts

Agency: TBWA GGT Simons Palmer

Client: Damien Whitmore, marketing director, Tate Gallery

Creative Director: Trevor Beattie

Art Director: Paul Belford

Copywriter: Nigel Roberts

Typographer: Paul Belford

Photographer: Tessa Traeger

Outdoor Specialist: TDI

Printer: Odessa Offset

Commendation

Title: Nipples

Agency: TBWA GGT Simons Palmer

Client: Alan Welsman, marketing director, Sony

Creative Director: Trevor Beattie

Art Directors: Nick Hine, Paula Jackson, John Anderson

Copywriters: Paula Jackson, Nick Hine

Photographer: Tomas Schelp

Outdoor Specialist: Posterscope

Printer: Billboard Posters



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