FCB has won an Orca for the second month in a row, this time for its radio ad called ‘The Tale of Bertie the Dancing Pig’ as part of a campaign for Gregg’s Rich Red Tomato Sauce.
In the latest edition of the Orca awards, FCB’s Matt Williams and Freddie Coltart picked up the award award for their outrageous 45-second sale radio campaign for AS Colour.
There’s been a bit of coverage recently around mouthwash being ‘a disaster’ for health’, with those who swill increasing the risk of heart attacks and strokes. Turns out ads for mouthwash can sometimes have the same effect, if Tom Paine and Carlos Savage’s Orca-winning campaign for Colgate Plax is any guide.
DraftFCB creatives Freddie Coltart and Matt Williams have taken out the October Orca award for their Inside Voice campaign for youth mentor organisation Brothers In Arms. The pair won the award for the same client last July before leaving Ogilvy for Draft.
Clemenger BBDO’s Simon Wharton and James Burton have taken the August ORCA off DraftFCB for their NZTA ‘GPS vs.’ campaign, which reminds us that “when you’re focused on the phone, you’re not focused on the road”.
DraftFCB’s had an impressive run on the awards circuit this year, winning plenty of metal at D&AD, Clio, New York Festivals, Axis and a few others. And it’s added to the cabinet after Kelly Lovelock and Hywel James were awarded the Grande ORCA for their cunning Prime TV ‘Call Girl’ promotion.
There’s nothing like leaving on a high note and Clemenger BBDO’s Jon Pickersgill and Sarah Jackson have done exactly that because, just before they jet off across the ditch for new creative adventures at Sapient Nitro in Brisbane, they scooped the June ORCA with their back to front/front to back anti-drug-driving campaign for the NZTA.