B.A.D Young Blood Competition's winning team from nudeJEH to represent Thailand in the 2015 Cannes Young Lions Competition

B.A.D Young Blood 2014.jpgBangkok Art Directors' Association (B.A.D) has announced the winning team across the Film category of the 2014 Young Blood Competition.

The winning team, led by two art directors from nudeJEH Matthana Saetiaw (left) and Arnon Kantawang (right), will represent Thailand at the 2015 Young Lions Competition in Cannes and will compete against international Young Lions competitors from around the world.
B.A.D Young Blood Competition 2014 offers young creatives a chance to sharpen their talents under 'Too Young To Loose" workshop concept. Furthermore, winners will be given an opportunity to compete in Young Lions Competition at Cannes. By joining the B.A.D Young Blood Competition, art directors and copywriters can learn and get inspiration from great speakers and award-winning senior creative directors who will prepare them for the competition in 2015 Young Lions Film Competition. 


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