TBWA Singapore team come out tops in the Cannes Young Lions print competition

TBWA Young Lions.jpgIn a big coup for Singapore Nuno Teixeira and James Holman from TBWA Singapore have beaten 41 other international teams to win the Cannes Young Lions print competition. The brief was to create a print ad to a brief given by Control Arms, a global civil society alliance campaigning for a "bulletproof" Arms Trade Treaty that will protect lives and livelihoods.

The coalition has a great variety of agencies and NGOs from around the world (of which Oxfam is a founding member). Control Arms members have campaigned for this treaty for more than a

The winning gold team will be presented with their gold medal on Wednesday at the Press, Design, Radio and Cyber Lions Awards Ceremony. They will also receive a framed, limited edition print from Getty Images and a complimentary registration to the 2013 Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.
Gold Medal: SINGAPORE (see winning ad below)
Nuno Teixeira, Art Director, TBWA\Group Singapore
James Holman, Copywriter, TBWA

Silver Medal: UAE
Gautam Wadher, Art Director, FP7
Akhelish Dwarkadas, Copywriter FP7 Dubai

Bronze Medal: BELGIUM
Thomas Thysens, Director, Leo Burnett Brussels
Willem De Wachter, Art Director, Leo Burnett Brussels



Sixtoes said:

Fantastic guys and great creatives.
Congratulations Jex & Nuno.

Albert Scamus said:

Looks like you knocked it out in about an hour....well done.

John Merrifield's Cap said:

Well done boys.

scheep said:

Brilliant work. Congratulations.

Nice one said:

Slugging it out with the world's best young talent and coming out on top. Well done.

AdEater said:

Well done lads!

Kristian Hunt said:

Nice one Jexy!!! Very proud moment for you I am sure.

Chris said:

Nice one Jexy and Co.
I think you'll deserve a beer or two down at 83 when you're back!

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