CLOSE-UP: PRESS AWARDS - Further recognition given to those who deserve it

Ogilvy & Mather's doctored entries to the Campaign Press awards denied two agencies a silver award. Here we showcase the work of the two silver winners who we have upgraded from finalists, with three further ads that scored sufficiently highly to be promoted to finalists.

The silver for Best Press Advertising Campaign (Black and White) goes to Bartle Bogle Hegarty for Barnardo's, after the disqualification of O&M's paedophile awareness campaign for COI Communications. Paradigm's "daughter

ad for the Samaritans wins the silver for Best Charity Advertisement following the disqualification of O&M's "Big Ears

and "shit", also for the Samaritans.

Malcolm Moore Deakin Hutson's "respect

ad for MTV Networks and BBH's "girl back

ad for Levi's replace those from the paedophile awareness campaign as finalists in Best Use of Typography. The O&M campaign was also disqualified from the Best IT and Consumer Durables shortlist.

D'Arcy's "terrifying

ad for COI's Department of Health campaign is a finalist in Best Use of Illustration, after the disqualification of O&M's ads for The Observer - also dropped from Best Media and Entertainment.

Congratulations to all these worthy winners and finalists.


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