Clio Awards celebrates 60 years of adland’s biggest talents

The Clio Awards are 60 this year and they’re celebrating some of adland’s icons with a campaign from BBDO LA featuring a Renaissance-style mural from Sam Spratt, a film and a website featuring, inter alia, George Lois, Mary Wells Lawrence, Sir John Hegarty, messrs Wieden+Kennedy and a strange Martian figure who once upon a time advertised instant mashed potato.

Here’s a detail with, seemingly, Ted Royer, formerly of Droga5. Thought Ted had been banished, good to see him back.

Meanwhile HBO and W+K New York are celebrating Women’s Equality Day with some contemporized examples of ad cartoons from nearly a century ago.

Nice to see illustration making a comeback (of sorts.)

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Stephen is a former editor of Marketing Week and London Evening Standard advertising columnist. He wrote City Republic for Brand Republic and is a partner in communications consultancy The Editorial Partnership.

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    So… Where’s Bill Evans?
    Cheers/George

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