India wins 15 nominations at One Show 2005

By , agencyfaqs! | In Advertising | April 11, 2005
The agencies inlcude Contract, McCann-Erickson, Leo Burnett, O&M, Ambience Publicis, Lemon, rmg david, Emphasis Media, Deepak Singh Dogra, Niket Parekh and Brackets

Indian agencies have won 15 nominations at this year's One & #BANNER1 & # Show Design and One Show Interactive awards. The Indian entries for the May 1 awards ceremony include Contract, McCann-Erickson, Leo Burnett, O&M, rmg david, Ambience Publicis, Lemon, Emphasis Media, Niket Parekh and Brackets.

rmg david has won three nominations. The agency's guerilla entry 'Painted Trees' by Amit Nandwani, Copy Supervisor, and Rohit Devgun, Senior Art Director, is competing in two categories. The other nomination is for its website, nominated for One Show Interactive.

McCann-Erickson India is in two finalist categories, Big Babol in the One Show (Single) category and Band Aid Washproof in the Poster (Campaign) category.

Contract too is in the running in two segments, both from its Mumbai office. The entries are its Submerged Hoarding creative for Fame Adlabs in the One Show (Single) segment and work for Dr. Pradumna Mamtora in the Design (Corporate Identity) category.

Also from Mumbai, Lemon's Design for work on Culture Curry is competing in the Corporate Identity slot.

O&M, meanwhile, is nominated for its Payal Jain Calendar for the Design (Single) category, and for Gillette India (Toys) in the POP and In-store (Campaign) category.

Leo Burnett's work for McDonald's is a contender for the One Show (Single) for 600 lines or more, and Ambience Publicis' Flags campaign for Western Union Money Transfer is in the running among campaigns of 600 lines or less. Another contender from India in the One Show (Single) category is Brackets' work for

Other Indian contenders include Emphasis Media, Bangalore - the lone entry from the South - for Kingdom Kids in the Outdoor & Posters (Single) category and Niket Parekh from Mumbai for Ashutosh Parikh in the Design (Corporate Identity) slot.

Last year, there were 21 Indian entries at the finals, with the only metal being a bronze won by rmg david for its hoarding for WWF.

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