2013 Best of Show Winners
BRANDED CONTENT / ENTERTAINMENT

Heimat, Berlin

All eyes on S4
“All eyes on S4”
Advertiser: Swisscom, Bern

All Eyes on S4watch the video
BROCHURE / BOOK

Hornall Anderson, Seattle

Happy Accidents Book
“Happy Accidents Book”
Advertiser: Hornall Anderson

CINEMA / IN-FLIGHT

Heimat, Berlin

And what will remain of you
“And what will remain of you”
Advertiser: Hornbach

And What Will Remain Of Youwatch the video

DIRECT

Droga5, Sydney

Stories for Every Journey
“Stories for Every Journey”
Advertiser: Qantas

Stories For Every Journeywatch the video

INTEGRATED CAMPAIGNS

BETC, Paris

Baby & Me
“Baby & Me”
Advertiser: Evian

Baby & Mewatch the video

NEW MEDIA

Abby Norm, Stockholm

Photoshop Live -Street Retouch Prank
"Photoshop Live -Street Retouch Prank"
Advertiser: Adobe

Photoshop Live - Street Retouch Prankwatch the video

PACKAGE DESIGN

Webb deVlam, London

Bombay Sapphire Electro
Bombay Sapphire Electro
Advertiser: Bacardi-Martini, London

Bombay Sapphire Electrowatch the video

PRINT

Havas Worldwide Paris

Architecture Museum Paris
“Architecture Museum Paris”
Advertiser: Architecture Museum, Paris

PUBLIC / MEDIA RELATIONS

Havas Worldwide Amsterdam

Tweetphony
“Tweetphony”
Advertiser: Metropole Orchestra

Tweetphonywatch the video
TELEVISION

The Gang Films, Paris

The Sailor
“The Sailor”
Advertiser: BPI, Paris

The Sailorwatch the video

Lee Gluckman, head of Mobius Awards, gives a presentation of winning works March 28 to staff at Hornall Anderson, Seattle, winner of the Best of Show Award in Brochure/Book.

Jack Anderson, chairman, and Paula Cox, production manager, accept awards.Congratulating Hornall Anderson

Above: Lee Gluckman, head of Mobius Awards, gives a presentation of winning works March 28 to staff at Hornall Anderson, Seattle, winner of the Best of Show Award in Brochure/Book.

Right: Jack Anderson, chairman, and Paula Cox, production manager, accept awards.

STUDENT WINNERS

Panda Thermostat Wins for Students

Panda Thermostat Wins for Students


From left - Dayoung Kim, Yoonhee Kim, Dawon Lee

Three students at Ewha Woman’s University in Seoul, Korea, won a Student Award in the 2013 Mobius Awards competition for their “Warm=Harm” project, inspired by global warming.


The group came up with this project to solve one of the major environmental problems that people these days deal with, said Dawon Lee.


“We thought thermostat is the object closely linked with the global warming problem. Thus, we decided to give a little change to the usual thermostats to bring instant action whenever people are using the thermostat. Through researching, we found out that panda is one of the endangered animals affected by global warming. Thus, we thought that it would be great to make a thermostat that directly shows the panda figure disappearing whenever the temperature is increased.”


Dawon majors in Advertisement /Public Relations, while Yoonhee majors in Media Interaction Design, and Dayoung majors in Korean Painting.

 

Hoseo U Classmates win Student Award

You-jung Shin, along with Mina-Lee, Hye-jin Han and Hyo-jung Jung of Hoseo University in South Korea won a Student Award with a project intended to explain the process of dyeing hair. 

 “This project came up in class when our classmates and I thought about ambient advertising. We are all in the same major, visual design. We wanted to give consumers an easier perception about colorful hair dye,” explained You-jung Shin.
YOUNG PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR

Young Photographer Winner Update

Zhang Jingna, 2013 Young Photographer of the Year, has neared the end of her Motherland Chronicles project and begun work on custom jewelry and costumes. The New York-based photographer’s commercial clients include Mercedes Benz, Montblanc, Lancôme, TRESemmé, Pond’s and Canon.


www.zhangjingna.com

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