No Grand Prixs in Design and Digital for Australia

Honda Water & Exhaust - H2O - Leo Burnett Melbourne (1)Australia only managed one winner in the Design category at Spikes Asia, with Leo Burnett Melbourne taking home a Bronze Spike for its Honda H20 campaign, while Japan’s Dentsu Chubo Nagoya/Lens Associates Nagoya took home the Grand Prix for its Mother Book.

Australian agencies were luckier in the Digital category, picking up nine awards in total but no Grand Prix, that went to Dentsu Tokyo for its Sound of Honda/Ayton Senna 1989 for Honda Motor Co.

DDB Melbourne picked up a Silver Spike for its Radiant Return work, along with four Bronze Spikes.

VML Sydneyalso took home a Silver Spike for its Rip Curl Search GPS, alongwith a Bronze Spike for its Ajax Social Wipes work.

Clemenger BBDO Melbourne grabbed a Silver Spike and two Bronze Spikes for its Remote Control Tourist campaign for Tourism Victoria.

M&C Saatchi took home two Bronze Spikes for its Clever Buoy for Optus, while DDB Melbourne picked up four Bronze Spikes for four executions of a campaign for Radiant.

McCann Melbourne grabbed a Bronze Spike for its Phubbing campaign for Macquarie Dictionary as did Havas Worldwide Australia Sydney and the Red Agency Sydney for their Buy the Sky campaign for the Royal Flying Doctor Service.

To view the full list of Design winners, click here and for the full list of Digital winners, click here.

Miranda Ward at Spikes Asia 


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