Canadians score at London International Awards
Leo Burnett Toronto snagged two of the 127 wins from 80 countries, as did Vancouver's Rethink, while Toronto's ZiG and TAXI Canada each won one.
At last evening’s 21st Annual London International Awards, which honour excellence in advertising, design and interactive media, Canada walked away with six statues.
ZiG won in the television/cinema category for ‘It’s Not a Mistake’ on behalf of IKEA Canada. Rethink won in the print-entertainment category for ‘Clockwise’ on behalf of the Royal BC Museum, and also in radio-entertainment for ‘Herring Chat’, which it did for Science World. TAXI Canada scored in print-entertainment for ‘Meatball’ on behalf of Jack Astor’s restaurants. And Leo Burnett won two awards in the interactive media category, one for corporate image and one for self-promotion, both for its own website.
A complete list of winners, including images and credits, is available at www.liaawards.com/winners.