Publicis Lands 17 Trophies at 2011 New York Festivals

This year’s New York Festivals saw Publicis agencies bring home 17 awards across TV, print, art, digital and integrated media.

Publicis Conseil, Paris, won six awards, Publicis London took four and Duval Guillaume Antwerp and Publicis Bucharest two. Publicis Frankfurt, Publicis Amsterdam and a joint venture between Publicis Conseil & Marcel each landed a trophy.

Comments Olivier Altmann, Chief Creative Officer Publicis Worldwide, “It’s good to see our work win across markets and across categories – as a network our momentum at award shows is encouraging to say the least. My congratulations to our winning teams.”

 Publicis Conseil

Silver World Medal Art & Technique – Orange –  Airball

Sliver World Medal Art & Technique – SamuSocial –  Asphaltisation

Silver World Medal Avant-Garde – Samusocial – Being a Homeless

Bronze World Medal Art & Technique Technology – Samusocial  – Asphaltisation

Bronze World Medal Print – Sthil  – Birds

Bronze World Medal TV – PMU – Gets involved in Sport


 Publicis Conseil & Marcel

 Silver World Medal Avant-Garde – Samusocial – Being a Homeless


 Duval Guillaume

Silver World Medal Avant-Garde – Little Robin

Silver World Medal Avant-Garde – Axa Brings Print Ads to Life

 

Publicis Bucharest

Bronze World Medal Radio – Bucharest City Police Text Kills

Bronze World Medal Radio – Bucharest City Police Text Kills

 

Publicis Frankfurt

Bronze World Medal Art &Technique –   Crazy Chong


Publicis London

Bronze World Medal Avant-Garde – iHobo

Bronze World Medal Digital and Interactive – Renault – The Megane Experiment

Bronze World Medal Mixed/Integrated Media – Renault 12 Second Strip

Bronze World Medal Print – Renautl –  The Megane Experiment

  

Publicis Amsterdam

Bronze World Medal Public Services – Haunting Memory

New York Festivals, now in its 54th year, recognises the World’s Best Work in advertising and TV, Film & Radio. Entries are judged by panels of international award winning industry professionals recognised as leaders in their fields

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