HAKUHODO Kettle Inc., VML, Lemz, Garbergs and Google Creative Lab All Honored for Forward-Looking Creative at the First Night of the ADC Festival in Miami
MIAMI BEACH, FL -- (Marketwired) -- Apr 07, 2014 -- ADC, the first global creative collective of its kind and the longest standing organization championing the visual arts, tonight announced the winners of the 2014 Tomorrow Awards. The awards celebration kicked off the first night of the ADC Festival of Art + Craft in Advertising and Design at The James Royal Palm in Miami Beach.
The Tomorrow Awards is the only international marketing and visual communications awards show with the mission of educating and discovering work that pushes the boundaries of creative innovation. This year's winners were driven by a mission to empower viewers to make a difference. All of the winning submissions are undoubtedly pushing advertising to its creative edges.
The award-winning work was judged by a jury of esteemed creative professionals, and made up equally of women and men, becoming one of the first awards show juries to respond to the call of the Let's Make the Industry 50/50 initiative. The Monster Judges who selected the final five winners from the Industry Judges' shortlist were Joel Lunenfeld, VP of Global Brand Strategy at Twitter; Kaydee Bennett, Vice President, Brand Marketing and Digital Strategy at Goldman Sachs & Co.; Chris Gomersall, Creative Strategist for Facebook Creative Shop; Michael Berner, Director of Global Digital Business Development and Social Media Strategy at American Express; and Brooke Skinner, Senior Vice President, Brand Strategy Lead for Chicago and San Francisco at DigitasLBi.
The winners of the Tomorrow Awards are as follows:
HAKUHODO Kettle Inc. for Yahoo! Japan, "Hands on Search"
VML for Folly Theater, "Folly Plugged-In Live Theater Performance"
Lemz for Terre des Hommes, "Sweetie"
Garbergs for Stockholms Stadsmission, "Follow Nattjouren's Road to Christmas"
Google Creative Lab for Arcade Fire/Google, "Just a Reflektor"
SapientNitro helped make the Tomorrow Awards celebration possible at The James Royal Palm.
The ADC Festival continues through April 9 in Miami, with the organization's sister awards, the ADC 93rd Annual Awards of Art + Craft in Advertising and Design, separated into two celebrations to honor the best of the best in the industry.
ADC was founded in 1920 by Louis Pedlar to ensure that advertising was judged by the same stringent standards as fine art. More than 90 years later, ADC remains committed to championing the importance of art and craft in advertising and design through its diverse global network of programs. A not-for-profit membership organization boasting one of the most concentrated groups of creative talent in the world, ADC's mission is to Connect creative professionals around the globe, while simultaneously Provoking and Elevating world-changing ideas. From its Manhattan gallery to its international membership community, ADC provides a neutral forum for creatives of all levels to network, learn and grow.
About the Tomorrow Awards
The Tomorrow Awards is an international award show dedicated to discovering, showcasing and awarding creativity that pushes the boundaries of technological innovation. Since the very best examples of such work are those that defy standard award show categories, the Tomorrow Awards is category-neutral; all entries are judged side by side and only the ideas that best reflect the future shine brightest. The first of its kind to invoke an inclusive industry judging structure on a global scale, the Tomorrow Awards employs a two-part judging process to arrive at its winners. The Tomorrow Awards proudly supports the mission of the ADC Global Network to Connect, Provoke and Elevate creative professionals in visual communications worldwide and the Let's Make the Industry 50/50 Initiative. Learn more at www.tomorrowawards.com and connect with the Tomorrow Awards on Facebook, Twitter,Vimeo and Pinterest.