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ADC Europe Showcases the Best Work of 2014 with 'The Annual of Annuals', 2 years, 8 months ago

Free publication features the best of European design & advertising

ADC Europe Showcases the Best Work of 2014 with 'The Annual of Annuals'

The Art Directors Club of Europe (ADC*E) launches “The Annual of Annuals. Best of European Design & Advertising 2014”; the only free online publication to gather all European advertising and graphic design works awarded in 2014, and available as of today on the ADC*E website. A total of 438 works from 21 European countries –including the 167 winning works from he last edition of the ADC*E Awards, as well as all gold and silver winners from local competitions of ADC*E member clubs- are featured, including videos, images and texts that provide a highly interactive user navigation.

This year the annual celebrates its 23rd edition, its 4th in digital format. This format allows for free and easy access from the ADC*E website. The 2014 edition gathers the resulting assessment of 47 renowned creative jurors who met in Barcelona this past November to select the best creative works submitted in the categories: Film & Radio, Advertising Print, Interactive, Design, Promotions, New Media & Events, Integration & Innovation, European Student of the Year and Young European Creative.

The Annual 2014 includes exclusive interviews with the Jury Presidents of each award category -Johannes Newrkla, Antero Jokinen, Isabel Martínez, Louise Fili, Guido Heffels and Mark Tutssel-, as well as with ADC*E President, Amir Kassaei. Additional audiovisual material from the Judging Session is also included. Another valuable feature included in the annual is the search tool that allows parsing by agency, client, creative director, art director, etc. 

Designed and edited in Barcelona by Grapa and Bisgràfic studios, the annual publication bears witness to the current state of creative excellence in Europe and is also an invaluable source of inspiration for professionals in the visual communication field. It is also of interest to the general public with special sensibility for design and advertising.