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World For All


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This print ads are a campaign for encouraging of animal adoption. It took some time for me to get the idea at first, but this one is really brilliant that making a space between family that looks like a shape of animal, and show animals can be part of their family as well.

Junior/ Nuri Park

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Aids Foundation


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I think this print ads try to show a normal typography can be look like an art if there’s no “HIV” in the world. I think the idea is pretty clever.

Junior/ Nuri Park

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Regione Lazio


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The idea of this ad is no one will be scared of winter if they get vaccinated. I think this print ads execute their idea well with some wits.

Junior/ Nuri Park

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BMW AG – The Transformation of a Landmark


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https://clios.com/awards/winner/brand-design/bmw-ag/the-transformation-of-a-landmark-40917

Using an existing landmark and recreating it into something else is bold and striking – especially when it’s cylindrical buildings transforming into four huge, lit up batteries. It’s a very public display and shows the public that BMW is strong, confident, and powerful in its design and technology.

Junior/Sophia Kwan

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The National Lottery – Let’s Not Be Blunt


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https://clios.com/awards/winner/film/the-national-lottery/let-s-not-be-blunt-27301

This ad goes in a complete unexpected direction than other lottery ads. Instead of participating in the lottery because of a future you wish to have, it shows you a future you don’t want, that could be prevented if you buy a ticket.

Junior / Sophia Kwan

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Voo — Buffering Wheel


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Such a simple insight, buffer rage. Something that we all must have been through, they used this clever idea and built a good campaign to promote their streaming service.

Junior/Christy

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Save The Children — Wear Responsibly


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I love this ad, it’s different from a lot of other charity ads. They took on a more funnier way to show their support, and asking for people to help. I also love their name for the ad, Wear Responsibly.

Agency: Adam & Eve/DDB London
Junior/Christy