D&AD Announces Aussie Winners For New Blood Awards 2021

D&AD Announces Aussie Winners For New Blood Awards 2021
B&T Magazine
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Five Australian creative teams have been revealed as Pencil winners in D&AD’s 2021 New Blood Awards. 

186 Pencils were awarded for outstanding work, including 3 Black Pencils, the most prestigious creative accolade, and 6 White Pencils for outstanding work that uses the power of creativity to do good.

D&AD also awarded 28 Yellow, 45 Graphite and 104 Wood. 

This year’s festival saw the event take place digitally for the second time and offered aspiring creatives a number of opportunities ranging from talks and insights which provided inspiration and practical tools, as well as boosting the year’s top talent with collated graduate shows and portfolio showcases.

Emerging creatives were invited to respond to a series of briefs set by leading global brands and agencies including: 21GRAMS, Audible, BBC, Burger King, Connect4Climate & World Bank Group, Coors Light, The Walt Disney Company, Duolingo, Fossil & MSL, giffgaff, Grey Poupon, Key4Life & Landor, Penguin, Rare & Xbox, Spotify, Tesco, and The Case for Her & Refinery29.

Australian winners:

The Key to Class, won a Wood Pencil.

Entrants: Alana Wood, Benjamin Caruso, Oscar Turmine Minchinton & Patrick Bucoy.

School: RMIT University (Australia)

Off Script, won a Wood Pencil.

Entrants: Elizabeth Labban, Emma Van De Werken & Madeleine Garratt

School: University of Technology Sydney (Australia)

Frank, won a Wood Pencil 

Entrants: Elby Chai, Georgia Urie & Jennifer Wen

School: University of Technology Sydney

 O-VARIES , won a Wood Pencil 

Entrants: Anna Forsyth, Jesse Divola & Julia Favaloro

School: University of Technology Sydney

 The Afterflow,  won a Wood Pencil 

Entrants: Art Samingkaew, Christopher Lowndes, Hannah Lowndes, Sophie Luka & Zeke Cuthbert-Masia

School: TAFE NSW Design Centre Enmore




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