The Glossies: August/September

  • Glossies
  • October 2, 2012
  • StopPress Team
The Glossies: August/September

Ah The Glossies. How we've missed you. But you'll be overjoyed to know we've saved the best for last with a bumper double edition to round out this year's competition. So peruse the entries, marvel at their quality and cast your vote for the country's best magazine ads.

Each monthly winner will receive a lunch for four at Snapdragon in the Auckland Viaduct to the value of $200 and soon the entries that have scored the most votes—as well as a few wildcard entries—will be shortlisted for New Zealand's Best Magazine Ad. This will be judged by a panel of experts and handed out at a special event, with the winning team receiving a travel package provided by the MPA valued at $10,000.

There's only one vote per computer, but, in keeping with the spirit of marketing, feel free to use your various networks to help drum up support.


  • To see a full gallery of Glossies entries from past months click here and to enter your ad in the next round click here.

For more information and a full list of terms and conditions check out www.theglossies.co.nz. And if you can't see the poll on this page, click here.

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A new identity: The rebranding of Invercargill

  • Brand
  • September 25, 2017
  • Elly Strang
A new identity: The rebranding of Invercargill

Invercargill is well known for its wide 'Parisian' boulevards, infamous mayor, the world’s Southern-most McDonalds (we think), an abundance of oysters and cheese rolls, as well as the highest incidence of R-rolling in the country. However, the city hasn't ever established a lasting brand identity, and locals decided the time had come to figure out what the town stood for. Designer Tim Christie talks us through the Invercargill brand’s new “stoic” look and feel.

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