Fri, 19 Jun 2020 16:33:18 GMT
Creative agency ELVIS has won four Creative Circle Awards for its UNILAD ‘The Illegal Blood Bank’ and Cadbury Creme Egg ‘Hunt the White Creme Egg’ campaigns.
The winners were announced last night, at a virtual ceremony hosted by DJ and broadcaster Edith Bowman.
The agency’s ‘The Illegal Blood Bank’ campaign, which aimed to highlight the discriminatory law which states it is illegal for gay and bisexual men to give blood, received Silver awards in the Best PR-led Creative Idea and Best Charity/Public Service Integrated Campaign categories, and a Bronze award in Best Creative Campaign for Positive Change.
The Cadbury Creme Egg ‘Hunt the Creme Egg’ campaign, which saw Creme Egg ‘hack’ the ads of other brands, received a Bronze award in the Best Digital-led Campaign category.
ELVIS recently picked up six Pencils at the D&AD Awards 2020, also for its UNILAD and Cadbury Creme Egg work.
The Creative Circle Awards are run and judged by creatives, recognising and showcasing great ideas, fresh thinking and craft.
Neale Horrigan, executive creative director, ELVIS, said: “We’re delighted to have won our first clutch of Creative Circle Awards. The competition was incredibly stiff this year, with many of the industry’s biggest and best creative agencies represented, so it’s all the more satisfying to have done so well. After winning six D&AD Pencils earlier this month, we’ve got plenty to celebrate!”