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Do you really want to delete project WWF #NOLIONS?
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A Creative Team Butterfly newly emerged from the chrysalis of Falmouth University, ready to float into the garden of advertising to add yet more colour and delight. Love an extended metaphor. Having studied for an MA in Creative Advertising together over the past few months, we were drawn together as a team through a mutual fondness for fried food, dirty jokes and sport. Both mature students, Kate (former Management Consultant turned copywriter) and Tubby (ex-Film & TV man turned Art Director) had a shared dream of jacking in the dry nine-to-five in order to pursue a career in thinking excellent things and making brilliant stuff. So here we are.
#NOLIONS is a PR campaign that aims to engage a young audience and create awareness of decreasing animal population through the power of sport. http://www.dandad.org/awards/new-blood/2016/wwf/2940/nolions/
Bet Your Rep We want to create a competition where creatives from beginner level to expert will go head to head with one another, by putting their reputation on the line. In this knockout style tournament, teams from universities and agencys will complete the same briefs and be judged to determine a winner. The teams will be representing themselves as well as their institutions and therefore showing professional bravery. (Credit: Alycea Marx-Blackwell) http://www.dandad.org/awards/new-blood/2016/dad/2859/bet-your-rep/
Toyota Mirai (Credit: Charlotte Kingston) http://www.ycn.org/awards/ycn-student-awards/2015-16-ycn-student-awards
Independence Day: Resurgence (Credit: Billy Aberle) http://www.ycn.org/awards/ycn-student-awards/2015-16-ycn-student-awards