Grand Prix and Gold awarded to Dentsu Tokyo for Sound of Honda/Aryton Senna 1989 in the Digital category at London International Awards

Dentsu_SoundSenna.jpgWORDS.jpgDentsu Tokyo continues its winning streak with their highly acclaimed Sound of Honda/Aryton Senna 1989 collecting the Grand Prix and a Gold Statue in the Digital category at the London International Awards. Dentsu also collected a gold award for Nuro Devilman.

Ogilvy Beijing was the only other Asian agency to collect an award in this category with a bronze for the Center of Psychological Research Words can be Weapons campaign.

The Digital category was lead by Andreas Ullenius, Executive Creative Director, Åkestam.Holst Stockholm and his jury members included: Morihiro Harano, Creative Director/Founder, Mori, Inc. Tokyo, Adam Kerj, Chief Creative Officer, 360i, New York, Chung Ng, Chief Experience Officer & Managing Partner, ROKKAN, New York, Al Patton, Group Executive Creative Director, R/GA, New York, Damian Royce, Creative Director, Whybin\TBWA Group, Melbourne and Bas van Koll, Creative Director, AKQA. New York.


In another win, Dentsu Tokyo was also the only Asian award winning agency in the Integration category collecting a bronze trophy again for Sound of Honda/Ayrton Senna 1989.


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