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Bronze at the ADC New York


place: New York, USA
organiser: ADC New York
The agencies Brandoctor and Bruketa&Žinić OM won the bronze medal at the prestigious competition Art Directors Club New York for the brand they developed for a wine from the Island of Brač. With this award, the Croatian wine Stina found itself in the company of many of the world’s leading brands, such as Google, New York Times Magazine, BMW, Deutsche Bank, IBM, Samsonite, Land Rover, Daimler, Lady Gaga and others.

The Art Directors Club is one of the leading organizations for integrated marketing communication, and the first international creative collective of its kind. It was established in New York in 1920 with the purpose of raising the quality of creative visual communication, and connecting professionals in this field from around the world. Members of ADC are among the leading experts in the fields of advertising, design and digital communication. This year’s ADC awards were presented for the 91st time.

Furthermore, dozens of international blogs and expert media (including Creativity Online, Dieline, Designboom, Packaging Europe) are writing about Stina.

(Source: Bruketa & Žinić)

(D.H., 11.05.2012)


 



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