Vote for your fave envelope art

  • News
  • September 21, 2009
  • Frances Chan
Vote for your fave envelope art

The 2009 Art of the Envelope Awards September finalists are:

lantern mailerThe Lantern Mailer
Client: HSBC
Agency: JWT
Creative: Mike Ramsay

daylight robberyDaylight Robbery
Client: Bond and Bond
Agency: Draft FCB
Creatives: Jane Jamieson and Leisa Wall

koru mountain viewKoru Mountain View
Client: Air New Zealand
Agency: Trio Group / Aim Proximity
Creative: Andrea Cummerfield

bubble bagBubble Bag
Client: Inova
Agency: 7 Group
Creative: Anton Evans

what nowWhat Now
Client: TVNZ
Agency: GEON Wellington
Creative: Patrick Kayrooz

pizzaHanging Pizza
Client: Pizzeria Prefero
Agency: Pakay Proprietory
Creative: Patrick Kayrooz

Thanks to Candida, New Zealand Post and Kinetic 121, the Art of the Envelope Awards has prizes for three categories: Mailed Masterpiece (includes 3D pieces that have been mailed or delivered), Redefine & Redesign (work that redefines the concept of an envelope) and The 50 Cent Classic (creativity in a regular envelope that can be mailed economically).

Go online to and vote for your favourite and you could win a $500 bar tab. The September winner will receive either a $1000 shopping voucher or a new iPhone.

Stand by for the October finalists, then the grand final in November, with even bigger prizes.

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Wish I was there: Contiki's quid-pro-quo approach to working with influencers

  • Advertising
  • October 27, 2016
  • Erin McKenzie
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