The event, which raised £10,000, saw some impressive canvasses. The D&AD president, Michael Johnson, raised a few eyebrows by reproducing Edward Munch's "scream" using corporate logos. Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO's Andy McKay turned in a nice picture of a killer whale and Hamish Pringle's "waves breaking" was no embarrassment.
Sir Martin Sorrell's effort pulled in an impressive £110, despite being little more than a graph, drawn in felt tip, showing WPP's prospective share price throughout the next century. At least he's got a sense of humour, eh?
And nobody knew what to make of Robin Wight's "heart". Some people thought it a modernist classic, while others felt it looked like it had been drawn by an undernourished child. Now we know why Wight's not an art director.
At £30, "heart" fetched the same amount as Campaign's own effort, "boat".