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ADC*E Rising Stars 2018, con Hyper Island e D&AD

ADC*E, l’Art Directors Club Europeo, ha annunciato il Rising Stars educational program 2018, in collaborazione con la celebre scuola svedese Hyper Island e il creative club inglese D&AD.
Il programma offre sconti esclusivi per tutti i membri dei club locali associati, compreso ADCI.

L’obiettivo di Rising Stars è fornire ai creativi delle occasioni di apprendimento cross-culturale, oltre a formarli e supportarli in ogni fase della loro carriera.

Il programma di quest’anno prevede dei corsi intensivi presso diverse sedi di Hyper Island. I soci possono approfittare di uno sconto del 30% per i seguenti corsi:
- Creative Data Lab – Stoccolma, 18-20 Aprile 2018
- Digital Acceleration Master Class – Zurigo, 7-8 Giugno 2018
- User Experience Lab – Londra, 10-12 Ottobre 2018.

Per tutti i Creative Training Courses tenuti da D&AD a Londra, ai soci è riservato uno sconto del 15%.

Essendo ADCI un club associato ad ADC*E, tutti i membri ADCI sono automaticamente anche membri ADC*E, hanno la possibilità di partecipare a questi corsi e possono approfittare di questi sconti.

Se non lo avete ancora fatto, ricordatevi di registrarvi al link che vi è stato inviato via mail (members only).

I membri registrati inoltre possono ottenere degli sconti dedicati sui biglietti per il D&AD Festival (Londra, 24-26 Aprile 2018) e il Sónar+D (Barcellona, 13-16  Giugno 2018).
Per maggiori informazioni, scrivete a info@adceurope.org.

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ADCE & Pi School are launching a Creative Incubator: designing new agency models.

Pi School and the Art Directors Club of Europe are launching a unique learning program dedicated to the top creative minds of the industry, with the goal of shaping the future models of advertising agencies. The programme is divided into three modules, that will take place in Rome, Barcelona, and Berlin. The results will be presented at the 5th ADCE Festival in November.

The first module is starting on the 1st of March in Rome, at the Pi School villa. Located in the start-up district of Pi Campus, the School will be the meeting point for all the best professionals of the creative industry, who will debate the future models of work and come up with innovative ways to get future-ready, attracting and managing talent.

Jamshid Alamuti, CEO and Co-Founder of Pi School, designed the project as an innovative approach to the debate of the future of the industry, each module taking place in a different vibrant European city, during 3 intensive days. “We are solving tomorrow’s problems, mixing technology, entrepreneurship and creativity”, said Alamuti at the presentation of the program during the last Edition of the ADCE Festival.

Participants will have the opportunity to further reflect and work on the challenges of the industry, sharing experiences and connecting with other professionals. At the same time, participants will produce organization design models and come up with results to be implemented in their working places.

The workshops will be conducted by well-known names in the field such as Fernanda Romano – Founder and Strategy and Creative partner at Malagueta Group, Axel Quack – Strategy Director at Frog Design, Julio Obelleiro – Co-Founder and CEO at Wildbytes, Kris Hoet – Global Head of Innovation at FCB Global, Patrizia Boglione – Strategic and Creative Director at Angelini Design and Jamshid Alamuti, CEO and Co-Founder of Pi School, who is the Program Designer and main instructor of the workshops.

The advisory board will be led by some amazing creatives such as Ami Hassan – President of ADCE and Chairman of Hasan & Partners, Johannes Newrkla – CEO at Melicek & Grossebner, Till Diestel – Managing Creative Director at BBDO Berlin, and Zélia Sakhi – Head of Design and Creative Director at Mobiento/Deloitte Digital.

Pi School, together with ADCE will be offering 30 grants per module, covering more than 80% of the total program fees. There are still some grants available and applications are open.

In the year in which artificial intelligence, consulting and product and service design are some of the biggest trends in the creative industry, it becomes even more relevant to be prepared and integrate change and innovation, as a way to thrive and succeed in the advertising and design industries.

For more informations and registrations: http://picampus-school.com/programme/creative-incubator/



  • Disruption of the current models and challenge the ideas of the companies of the future: No CEO, no boss, managed by blockchain
  • Decentralized Autonomous Organization
  • Contracts and Value Vs People and Roles
  • Flexibility and Agility to innovate
  • Case Study (four different Agency models and their approach to Product and Service Design) observation and analysis of their Org. Structure
  • Fundamentals of Innovation
  • Innovation Process: from Ideation to Execution
  • Preto-Typing
  • Creative Consulting – Consulting through Design
  • Organizational Design


  • Axel Quack (Strategy Director, Frog Design)
  • Kris Hoet (Global Head of Innovation, FCB Global)
  • Luis Villa (Strategy Director, Fjord / Accenture Spain)
  • Patrizia Boglione (Strategy and Creative Director, Angelini Design)
  • Jamshid Alamuti (CEO and Co-Founder of Pi School)

Following modules:
10-12 May, Barcelona
6-8 September, Berlin

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ADC*E – Creative Express Rome

Creative Express makes a pit stop in Rome

  • Italian creatives Giulia Mandalà and Eugenio De Riso selected to join European creative elite.
  • Young creatives asked to foster entrepreneurship among designers.
  • Emphasis on disruptive technology for ADCE’s next creative stars of Europe.

The Creative Express programme will this year be hosted at Pi Campus in Rome. The event, organised by the Art Directors Club for Europe (ADCE) in collaboration with Pi Campus, takes place May 18-19 2017.

A true tour of Europe, previous Creative Express stops have included Helsinki, Munich and Vienna. Every edition brings together the continent’s best young art directors, copywriters and designers to tackle a real-world business challenge in a classroom like no other. The Creative Express Rome will be the first to focus on startups: Pi Campus is a startup district and a venture fund that invests in global talent. The young creatives will be hosted at its HQ in Eur green area of Rome.

Describing the innovative location for the event, Pi Campus founder Marco Trombetti said, “We love state-of-the-art technology applied to disrupt big slow moving industries. Artificial Intelligence is in our DNA but we love founders that add design and art to bring emotions into technology products. We invest in startups designed to be global. Italy is where our heart is”.

Together with Creative Express director HP Albrecht, Trombetti will challenge 28 young creatives to develop a communication campaign aimed at inspiring designers around the world to found a startup over just two days. The final projects will be presented to a daunting audience of 100 people from the industry.

The group, split into five teams, will be mentored by an array of high profile Creative Directors. These include Ricardo Wolff, Creative Director at DDB Berlin (DE), Samuel López, Creative Director at Sr. y Sra. Wilson (ES) and Hannes Böker, Creative Director at Team Robert Rottensteiner (AT).

The up-and-coming stars have been selected from 14 European countries, nominated by their respective ADCE member clubs. To be included, they must be under 28 years of age, English speaking, and have a minimum of 2 years of professional experience. The 2017 cohort is:
Austria – Thomas Strobl
Austria – Manuel Haring
Czech Republic – Ivan Nevrela
Czech Republic – Adam Trojak
Germany – Karin Reineke
Germany – Jan Bröker
Finland – Marina Veziko
Finland – Matti Vesanen
Iceland – Rakel Tomasdottir
Iceland - Viktor Weisshappel
Italy – Giulia Mandalà
Italy – Eugenio De Riso
Portugal – Sebastião de la Guardia Ribeiro Ferreira
Portugal – Maria Sá Carvalho
Romania – Raul Gheba
Romania – Karla Georgescu
Slovakia – Maroš Hamorský
Slovenia – Gregor Vuk
Spain – Ángela Serna
Spain – Guillermo Blanco
Spain – Natalia Gruñeiro
Spain – Oriol Castellar
Switzerland – Anne Langer
Switzerland – Diego Martínez
Ukraine – Illia Anufriienko
Ukraine – Kateryna Melnyk
United Kingdom – Polina Hohonova
United Kingdom – Tom Manning

The diverse and international group will take their learnings back to agencies in their respective countries. Co-funded by Creative Europe Programme – created by the European Commission to fund development of the creative and cultural sectors – the event forms a key milestone in the ADCE’s remit to provide professional training and to promote young European creatives.

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ADCE announces new educational partnerships for Rising Stars program 2017

The Art Directors Club Europe (ADCE) has unveiled its Rising Stars program for the first half of 2017.

Rising Stars comprises all of the ADCE’s best-in-class educational and networking initiatives. Co-funded by Creative Europe Programme – created by the European Commission to fund development of the creative and cultural sectors – Rising Stars aims to give cross-cultural learning opportunities and support to creatives at every stage of their career. 

In 2017, ADCE is offering more training opportunities than ever before, kicking off with:

1. Personal Branding Masterclass (with Jürgen Salenbacher)
Dates: 24-25 March, Barcelona

In times of transition, everybody is facing the same question: “What should I do next?”

Hosted by Hyper Island tutor Jürgen Salenbacher, this masterclass will teach you how to better understand your identity, how to position yourself in the creative economy, and equip you with the tools and methods to help others on the same journey.

2. Presenting Creative Work & The Business of Ideas (in partnership with D&AD Festival 2017)
Dates: 25-26 April, London
Presenting Creative Work (with Tom Evans)

It’s a fact that 99% of the creative work produced in an agency never sees the light of day. This session is designed to help increase the odds of your ideas making it to the outside world. It teaches how to structure an effective creative pitch presentation and present ideas with more confidence.

 The Business of Ideas (with Patrick Collister)

This session is all about learning how to conceive creative commercial ideas on an individual level. It will improve creative decision-making, explain the difference between left brain and right brain thinking and crucially, sets out the four points of conflict that anybody who creates for a living will encounter while doing their job, before demonstrating how to deal with them.                                                                                                 

3. Creative Leadership (in partnership with the Berlin School of Creative Leadership)
Dates: 4-5 May, Berlin

Two days of talks, discussions and workshops on the power of leadership, based on the Leadership Acumen concept, which is at the heart of the Berlin School’s approach. Led by Jamshid Alamuti and Professor David Slocum, the program focuses on practical topics, using real world examples and participant interaction. 

4. Art First: Art Direction In Advertising, Editorial and Fashion (curated by the ADG-FAD)
Dates: 8-9 June, Barcelona

Two days of seminars designed to delve into the art of art direction, explore the different work of three key industries: advertising, editorial, and fashion. The program is a great opportunity to meet top creatives from different fields, while together exploring the wider role of Art Direction and its future.

Rising Stars courses are open to professionals from across the creative industries, with ADCE members receiving a discount. For more information, contact your local club ( info@adci.it ) or visit www.adceurope.org/risingstars.

Registration Process:
1. Clubs can submit up to 2 candidates for this course.
2. Send your names and contact info to info@adci.it 
3. Candidate Submission Deadline is 24 February or until spaces are sold out - Personal Branding Masterclass (with Jürgen Salenbacher)

About the Art Directors Club of Europe
The Art Directors Club of Europe (ADCE) is a not-for-profit association headquartered in Barcelona comprised of professional clubs and associations of graphic design and advertising from 19 European countries: Austria, Cyprus, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Portugal, Russia, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom and Ukraine.

Founded in 1990, the ADCE strives to foster excellence in graphic design and advertising creativity at a European scale. The association represents more than 4,500 professionals from the field and internationally spotlights the best works accomplished at a local scale through its annual European awards. The association’s current president is Amir Kassaei, Chief Creative Officer at DDB Worldwide, and one of the most recognised advertising creatives in the world.

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Rising Stars – ADC*E educational program 2017

ADC*E ha definito e programmato per il 2017 quattro seminari interessanti che si terranno tra marzo e giugno.

ADCE Rising Stars – Educational Program in partnership con istituzioni e organizzazioni importanti quali D&AD, the Berlin School, etc. per offrire a tutti i soci dei Club associati dei seminari molto interessanti a prezzi agevolati.

I soci ADCI godono di uno sconto di circa -58% rispetto al prezzo pubblico e di posti garantiti prima che i seminari vengano aperti anche a non soci.

Quest’anno i 4 seminari si terranno in diverse città europee: Barcelona (x2), London and Berlin.

Seguiranno ulteriori comunicazioni con maggiori informazioni. Per maggiori informazioni, potete consultare la microsite di Rising Stars

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ADC*E: grande successo per l’Italia

L’Italia vince un oro e due argenti agli ADCE Awards.

La campagna Papà realizzata da Ogilvy per Wind ha meritato due riconoscimenti nella categoria Film e Radio: l’oro per Cinema Commercial e l’argento nella categoria Corporate Video/Tv. Anche Heineken con la campagna The Hero realizzata da Publicis Italy vince il premio silver nella categoria Film&Radio sezione TV Commercials.

Tre le nomination:  la campagna Lettere dal Fronte di Mccann Worldgroup Milan per Poste Italiane guadagna una nomination nella categoria Print & Outdoor, sezione Newspaper Advertising e una nomination nella categoria Design & Craft, sezione llustration and Photography. Infine nomination nella categoria Integration & Innovation, sezione Content Ideas per la campagna Rocco Siffredi’s Vow of Chastity di Havas Milan per Reckitt Benckiser Italia.

L’Italia, a fronte di 6 candidature totali, ha riscosso quindi ben 3 premi.

Questo riconoscimento è un segnale importante che dimostra come la creatività italiana sia sempre più importante e valorizzata anche all’estero.

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“It’s more fun to be a pirate than to join the Navy.” Steve Jobs

Aziende come Instagram, Airbnb, Guthub, Youtube e Android sono co-fondate da designer. Il nuovo sistema di pensiero delle tech companies è “design driven” e i designer sono i nuovi “pirati” del panorama delle start up.

  • Un pirata riesce ad essere creativo e focalizzato in un ambiente ostile.
  • Un pirata agisce in modo indipendente e si assume rischi intelligenti tenendo sempre a mente la sua visione.
  • La mente del pirata pensa sempre e solo ad una cosa: al tesoro.

Perché stiamo organizzando un design hackathon a Barcellona?

Stiamo riflettendo sul futuro della nostra professione, che in pochi anni cambierà del tutto.
Avremo più Human Organ Designer che art director. (fastfuture.com)

Noi, come ADCE, vogliamo connettere il mondo delle startup tecnologiche con il design con un progetto che risponda a due obiettivi:

1. Supportare idee di design (experience design, app design, industrial design, product design, service design, social design) che non possono essere messe sul mercato per mancanza di soldi o competenze tecnologiche, che i designer normalmente non hanno. Portiamo investitori e ingegneri a Barcellona per dare un futuro a queste idee.

2. Aiutare direttori creativi, agenzie, designer, che prima o poi si troveranno a lavorare con le start up, a capire come funziona questo mondo dal di dentro. Comunicazione tradizionale e branding non sono prioritarie per loro, lo diventano solo alla fine del processo.

Avremo sicuramente giovani designer di Barcellona, ma ci piacerebbe avere creativi da tutti i paesi. Può essere che ognuno di noi abbia un’idea nel cassetto e non sappia da che parte cominciare, può darsi che alcuni di quelli che fanno parte delle giurie vogliano provare a vedere come funziona là fuori, può darsi che ci siano direttori creativi che vogliano cimentarsi a fare gli imprenditori.

Il team vincente sarà ospitato una settimana a Roma a PiCampus -www.picampus.it - acceleratore di start up con grande esperienza sulla tecnologia che sta aprendo al mondo del design, per poter sviluppare l’idea potenzialmente più fertile.

Sei un pirata?

Partecipa il 14 e 15 ottobre a Barcellona al Pirates Hackathon (Turn design ideas into ventures).

Scarica qui la call e il modulo di iscrizione qui e inviala il modulo entro il 14 settembre all’assistente ADC*E, Aline Charransol, aline@adceurope.org tenendo in copia info@adci.it (oggetto: Pirates Hackathon Submission – Italy).

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ADC*E AWARDS – Jury Presidents Announcement

Johannes Newrkla to headline Jury Presidents for the 25th anniversary ADCE Awards 

  • Chaka Sobhani, Britta Pötzsch and Alexander Kalchev among names selected to judge the Champions League of Creativity.
  • 2016 Awards returns to the Disseny Hub Barcelona from 13-15 October as part of the 3rd European Creativity Festival.
  • Deadline set for 16 September.

The Art Directors Club of Europe (ADCE) has revealed the juries for the 25th ADCE Awards, the Champions League of Creativity.

This year, as the ADCE Awards celebrates a quarter-century, its longest-tenured Austrian Board Member and Merlicek & Grossebner CEO Johannes Newrkla will preside over the six juries.

As a true European border-crosser and frequent award-winner, Johannes embodies the ADCE values of multi-cultural learning and excellence in European advertising and design. He was a founder member of the ADCE in 1990 and led the organization as President for eight years, making him the perfect candidate to lead the anniversary Awards.

In October, Johannes will be joined by the following Jury Presidents:

  • Film & Radio: Britta Pötzsch, Global Creative Director at Ogilvy & Mather Dusseldorf (Germany)
  • Advertising Print & Outdoor: Chaka Sobhani, Chief Creative Officer at Leo Burnett London (UK)
  • Interactive & Mobile: Valentina Culatti, Managing Director at Unit9 (Italy)
  • Design: Mario Eskenazi, Founder at Mario Eskenazi Studio (Spain)
  • Promotions & New Media: Alexander Kalchev, Executive Creative Director at DDB Paris (France)
  • Integration & Innovation: Adrian Botan, Global Executive Creative Director at McCann Bucharest (Romania)

 In total, 52 leading creatives and designers have been selected from the 18 ADCE member countries to judge the 25th ADCE Awards. The full list can be found at the ADCE website.

The Champions League of Creativity
The ADCE Awards are unique in that only creative work that has been awarded at a local European show can qualify, ensuring an elite selection in which every single entry that a judge sees has already been nominated as a standout piece of creative.

In addition to the categories listed, the awards also have space to promote young talent and students with the European Student of the Year and European Young Creative of the Year competitions.

In October, the juries will meet to debate and discuss the best creative work from across Europe, before awarding Gold, Silver and Bronze across each category, as well as the overall Grand Prix, to be revealed at the ADCE Awards Gala on October 15.

Following the awards, all the winning work will feature in the 2016 ADCE Annual, which showcases the year’s best in graphic design and advertising, and also toured throughout Europe at local exhibitions. 

The 3rd European Creativity Festival
The ADCE Awards return as part of the European Creativity Festival at the Disseny Hub Barcelona. Created to celebrate and recognize the art of creativity, graphic design and new creative solutions, the Festival features a packed programme of conferences, workshops, networking opportunities and other activities, delivered by some of the most innovative and inspiring people in Europe.

This year’s theme will be the “The Hybridscape: Where unexpected connections are made”, with the full line-up of speakers and ticket information to be announced very soon.

Entry Fees and Information
As a non-profit organization, the ADCE Awards offers significantly reduced entry fees to ensure agencies of all sizes from across Europe have the opportunity to participate. Entry is free to all Gold winners from eligible national shows, 100€ for Silver winners, and 170€ for all other awarded work (Bronze, Shortlisted etc). Registration is also open to winners from ADCE non-member European nations for a general fee of 270€.

Submissions should be made online at http://adce.submit.to before Friday 16 September 2016. More information on rules and eligibility for the 25th ADCE Awards can be found at http://www.adceurope.org/awards/rules

For more information, contact:
Dan Bryant
Art Directors Club of Europe
Tel. +34 93 256 67 65
Tel. +34 629836939
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About the Art Directors Club of Europe

The Art Directors Club of Europe (ADCE) is a not-for-profit association headquartered in Barcelona comprised of professional clubs and associations of graphic design and advertising from 18 European countries: Austria, Cyprus, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Portugal, Russia, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom and Ukraine.

Founded in 1990, the ADCE strives to foster excellence in graphic design and advertising creativity at a European scale. The association represents more than 4,500 professionals from the field and internationally spotlights the best works accomplished at a local scale through its annual European awards. The association’s current president is Amir Kassaei, Chief Creative Officer at DDB Worldwide, and one of the most recognised advertising creatives in the world.


Jury President
Johannes Newrkla, CEO, Merlicek & Grossebner (Austria)

Jury President: Britta Pötzsch, Global Creative Director, Ogilvy & Mather, Germany

  • Austria: Helena Luczynski, Copywriter, Freelance
  • Czech Republic: Radouane Hadj Moussa, Creative Director, DDB Prague
  • Italy: Federico Pepe, Executive Creative Director, DLV BBDO
  • Portugal: Marco Pacheco, Creative Director, BBDO Portugal
  • Romania: Valentin Suciu, Creative Partner, Jazz
  • Slovakia: Peter Ižo, Creative Director, Made by Vaculik
  • Spain: Jesús Lada, Executive Creative Director, Leo Burnett


Jury President: Chaka Sobhani, Chief Creative Officer, Leo Burnett, UK

  • Austria: Katja Claus, Art Director, WIEN NORD
  • Cyprus: Artemis Psathas, Art Director, Freelance
  • Estonia : Kerstin Raidma, Creative & Art Director, Tabasco OÜ
  • Finland: Jannis Mavrostomos, Creative Director, Bob the Robot
  • Portugal: Pedro Ferreira, Creative Director, Y&R Group
  • Romania: Catalin Rusu, Chief Creative Partner & CEO, Rusu+Bortun Brand
  • Slovakia: Andrej Csino, Creative Director, Core 4 / tell it online
  • Spain: Eva Conesa, Executive Creative Director, Twoelf
  • UK: Lawrence Zeegen, Dean, School of Design
  • Iceland: Jon Ari Helgason, Creative Director, Brandenburg


Jury President: Valentina Culatti, Managing Director, Unit9, Italy

  • Finland: Anu Lehto, Art Director, Freelance
  • Germany: Marc Wirbeleit, Creative Strategist, Facebook
  • Italy: Rafaella Bertini, Creative Director, Freelance
  • Russia: Kolya Fabrika, Creative Director, Instinct
  • Spain: Rafa Soto, Founder & Creative Director, HerraizSoto&Co
  • Switzerland: Livio Dainese, Chief Creative Officer, Wirz BBDO


Jury President: Mario Eskenazi, Founder at Mario Eskenazi Studio, Spain

  • Cyprus: Omiros Panayides, Art Director, OMPA Design Studio
  • Czech Republic: Zuzana Kubisova, Senior Art Director, JWT Prague
  • Estonia: Joosep Volk, Creative & Art Director/Partner, Tolm
  • Finland: Piëtke Visser, Creative Director, Kuudes Kerros
  • Germany: Anja Steinig, Designer & Manager Director, Studio F
  • Spain: Martí Ferrer, Designer & Founder, Bildi Grafiks
  • Switzerland: Inken Rohweder, Art & Creative Director, Inken Rohweder
  • Iceland: Olof Birna Gardarsdottir, Graphic Designer & Owner, Reykavik                   Letterpress


Jury President: Alexander Kalchev, Executive Creative Director, DDB, France

  • Germany: Claus Fischer, Founder and General Manager / Head of Creation, VOSS+FISCHER
  • Italy: Ottavio Nava, Managing Director, We Are Social
  • Portugal: Pedro Pinho, Copywriter, O escritório
  • Russia: Vlad Sitnikov, CEO & Creative Director, Hungry Boys
  • Spain: Maria Borrás, CEO, Cómodo Screen
  • Switzerland: Bruno Manser, Digital Creative Director, Havas Worldwide Zürich
  • Iceland: Kristin Eva Olafsdotttir, Art Director & Partner, Gagarín


Jury President: Adrian Botan, Global Executive Creative Director, McCann Bucharest, Romania

  • Austria: Michael Nagy, Creative Director, Jung von Matt/Donau
  • Cyprus: Myria Konnari, Art Director, Freelance
  • Czech Republic: Matija Vujovic, Creative Director, Kitchen Prague
  • Estonia: Karl Saluveer, Creative Partner, Hmmm Creative Studio
  • Romania: Dan Frinculescu, Group Creative Director, Publicis Romania
  • Slovenia: Janez Rakušček, Executive Creative Director, Luna/TBWA Ljubljana
  • UK: Rosie Bardales, Executive Creative Director, BETC London





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ADC*E Awards 2016 – Aperte le iscrizioni!


“The Champions League of creativity”

  • Designer e Creativi del mondo della pubblicità possono ora iscrivere i propri lavori alla 25° edizione degli ADC*E Awards
  • L’iscrizione è gratuita per i lavori che hanno vinto un ORO agli ADCI Awards 2015, mentre i vincitori di un ARGENTO e di un BRONZO godono di prezzi d’iscrizione agevolati
  • Le iscrizioni chiudono il 16 settembre 2016

Gli ADC*E Awards sono unici in quanto aperti solamente a lavori creativi che sono già stati premiati ai contest locali, garantendo una selezione di lavori dove ogni singola entry è già stata considerata “outstanding”. I partecipanti provengono da tutta l’Europa e il loro lavoro verrà giudicato dai migliori professionisti della creatività in Europa.

Le categorie sono divise in sei giurie principali:

  • Film & Radio
  • Print & Outdoor
  • Interactive & Mobile
  • Design & Craft
  • Promotions & New Media
  • Innovation & Integration

Oltre queste categorie, gli ADC*E Awards danno spazio alla promozione di giovani talenti e studenti grazie a due contest: European Student of the Year e European Young Creative of the Year.

Le giurie si incontreranno ad Ottobre per selezionare i migliori lavori creativi di tutta Europa, per poi assegnare Oro, Argento e Bronzo in ogni categoria, così come il Grand Prix globale, i vincitori verranno annunciati al Gala degli ADC*E Awards il 15 ottobre.

In seguito, tutti i lavori premiati verranno pubblicati nell’Annual ADC*E 2016, che conterrà il meglio del Graphic Design e della Pubblicità dell’anno, e verrà portato in tour in tutta Europa in occasioni di eventi locali.

Prezzi di iscrizione e informazioni
L’iscrizione è gratuita per tutti i vincitori di un ORO in occasione degli ADCI Awards 2015, costa 100 € per i vincitori di un ARGENTO e 170 € per i vincitori di un BRONZO durante gli ADCI Awards 2015.

L’iscrizione deve essere effettuata on-line su http://adce.submit.to entro venerdì 16 settembre 2016.
Maggiori informazioni su regolamento e ammissibilità ai 25° ADC*E Awards si trovano su http://www.adceurope.org/awards/rules

Per ulteriori informazioni, contattare:
Dan Bryant
Art Directors Club of Europe
Tel. +34 93 256 67 65
Tel. +34 629836939