29 creative jury members, split equally between men and women, from 15 countries will judge the best in global Advertising and Digital work based on excellence in idea and craft. The only Indian member is Shirin Johari, Founder and Creative Head, Clap Global
BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | January 8, 2016
The Art Directors Club, one of the first non-profit organizations in the world to champion commercial creativity and the artists who create it, has announced the complete Advertising and Digital juries for the ADC 95th Annual Awards, which is open for entries at http://adcglobal.org/awards/adc-annual-awards/.
This also marks the third-consecutive year that ADC Annual Awards juries feature an equal number of men and women, in accordance to ADC’s Let’s Make The Industry 50/50 Initiative (http://5050initiative.org).
This year’s Advertising jury, which includes Innovation, is chaired by Mark Tutssel, Global Chief Creative Officer, Leo Burnett Worldwide.
The only Indian member is Shirin Johari, Founder and Creative Head, Clap Global. She is a visual artist, innovator and entrepreneur, From 2005 to 2015, she worked as an advertising creative innovating in brand building, graphic design, installations, typography and performances. She has worked with JWT, Ogilvy and Mather, Creativeland Asia, DDB Mudra and TBWA.
The full Advertising jury is as follows:
"ADC is the preeminent award show that discovers and celebrates rare talent who've changed the world with their artistry and craftsmanship, and winning an ADC Black Cube is the pinnacle of one's career,” said Tutssel. “Presiding over the esteemed ADC jury is a privileged experience; these are the best minds in the industry deciding the fate of work that deserves the rarest of honours.”
The ADC 95th Annual Awards Digital jury is chaired by Cheyney Robinson, Chief Creative Officer, Europe, IBM Interactive Experience.
The full Digital jury is as follows:
“There are awards, and then there are awards,” said Robinson. “ADC stands apart because it recognizes work that exemplifies the sublime, those magical and unparalleled intersections of idea and craft. It is a huge honour, responsibility and delight for me to serve as chair of the Digital jury, recognizing the very best work of 2015.”
All entries in the ADC 95th Annual Awards must have been printed, published, aired or broadcast live online for the first time between February 7, 2015 and February 8, 2016, in any country. Deadlines are as follows:
The ADC 95th Annual Awards celebrate the rare work in Advertising, Design, Illustration, Innovation, Photography, Digital, Motion, Animation and Production that exhibits excellence in both idea and craft. The juries continue the programme’s tradition of broad international participation with top creatives from dozens of countries included.