DraftFCB wins Sept Art of the Envelope

  • Marketing
  • October 15, 2009
  • Frances Chan
DraftFCB wins Sept Art of the Envelope

art of envelope logodaylight robberyCongratulations to Jane Jamieson and Leisa Wall from DraftFCB for winning the September Art of the Envelope direct mail competition with their entry ‘Daylight Robbery’ Bond & Bond. Candida, New Zealand Post and Kinetic 121 award each monthly winner with a $1,000 Westfield voucher. And Brodie Lawry from MintFCB was the online voter chosen at random to receive a $500 prize.

The Art Of The Envelope main awards will take place in Auckland on 26 November. The Best in Show winner gets to choose from a $5,000 long lunch, a $5,000 travel voucher or $5,000 towards awards entry fees and category winners can pick a digital camera, Apple gadgets or shopping vouchers.

The  October finalists are:

genesis Zip Head
Client: Genesis Energy's Big Thinking Business Series
Agency: DraftFCB
Creatives: Tony Clewett and Rob Banks

fonterraMilk Vat
Client: Fonterra
Agency: King St Advertising
Creative: Tony Aubrey

farmersFarmers Card
Client: Farmers
Agency: RAPP
Creatives: Jason Hall, Bayley LuuTomes, Kathy Maaka and Rachel Street

Client: BNZ
Agency: Y&R
Creatives: Stacey Roper and Danny Brown

emoEmo Envelope (independent entry)
Creative: Sara Calman

national bankCricket DM
Client: National Bank
Agency: RAPP
Creatives: Jason Hall, Kathy Maaka, Asher Hutchings and Rachel Street

microsoftFree Lunch
Client: Microsoft
Agency: Y&R
Creatives: Stacey Roper and Danny Brown

Visit www.pushtheenvelope.co.nz to vote for your October favourite.

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Experience is everything

  • Voices
  • November 21, 2018
  • Matt Barnes
Experience is everything

The term 'Experience Design' has been used as a catch all for many things, and as the name suggests, it is a meta-term that can encompass a huge variety of disciplines. Experience can be anything right? It is how we encounter and navigate the world around us. Is a film director an experience designer? An architect? A designer of the humble teapot? A viticulturist? An artist? The answer is all of the above, for what on earth isn’t experience?

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