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Excited to be back at WMH with awards

In late March, Mobius Awards went to London to visit Williams Murray Hamm (WMH), which won Best of Show in Brand Identity for  "Aberlour-Pernod Ricard" and a Certificate for Outstanding Creativity for an RCS Advertising project in the 2017 competition. What a treat to...

Shenzhen BXL accepts 4 major awards

Top Packaging Winner, Shenzhen Baixinglong Creative Packaging Co., Ltd., (BXL), which won a Best of Show  and 3 First Place Mobius Awards statuettes for package design in the 2017 competition, received a visit from Mobius Awards chairman Lee Gluckman in early March....

Catching up with a previous winner—Glenn Davis Group

Mobius Awards recently shouted out to past winners, asking what the agencies were up to in new projects. Glenn Davis Group of Toronto responded with information on its Davis agency’s work for the Canadian yogurt brand iÖGO. The brand was launched in 2012 and quickly...

Creative enjoys boosting local brands

Among judges new to Mobius Awards in 2017 are several young creatives with considerable credits. Aamna Rahim of BBDO Pakistan, Lahore, at age 27 has more than 50 international awards. She is a senior creative manager and had a role in the creation of #BeatMe for UN...

Packaging judges gear up for Dec. 5, 6

Founders of two Los Angeles design agencies will join a packaging veteran to judge the Mobius Awards entries during an event Dec. 5 and 6 in Los Angeles. Flat 6 Concepts Judge Christos Joannides founded Flat 6 Concepts in 2008 and serves as its Creative...

Jury Represents 18 Countries

More than 60 professionals from agencies in 18 countries make up the 2017 Mobius Awards Jury. They include such longtime judges as Eric Studer of Eureka Spring, Arkansas, in the U.S. and Corinne Burns Bruno of Montefiascone, Italy.. Mobius also welcomes back Istvan...

2016 film worth revisiting in light of recent storm losses

Food is always a good topic – especially for advertising – and in 2016, Mobius Awards welcomed entry “Save the Food: The Extraordinary Life and Times of Strawberry.” The two-minute online film was directed by Martin Stirling, a British writer and director and an...

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