Wieden + Kennedy Nabs Two Black Cubes at ADC Awards
At tonight's Art Director's Club 90th Annual Award Gala, Wieden + Kennedy took home two ADC Black Cubes. W+K Amsterdam won the ADC Black Cube in Advertising for its Write the Future Nike work and W+K Portland won the AC Black Cube in Interactive for its Old Spice Response Campaign. In addition, the agency won three ADC Gold Cubes, two for Nike and the ADC Hybrib Award for Old Spice. And if that weren't enough the agency was named Agency of the Year as well. Other top honors included:
- ADC Network of the Year: Young & Rubicam (second year in a row)
- ADC Interactive Agency of the Year: BBH, New York, NY, USA
- ADC Design Team of the Year: The New York Times Magazine, New York, NY USA (second in a row)
- ADC School of the Year: School of Visual Arts, New York, NY, USA (second year in a row)
And other top winners for the night were Y&R, with 15 awards overall and three ADC Gold Cubes, including two by Y&R Chicago for "It Rarely Stops" on behalf of the National Domestic Violence Hotline, and two ADC Gold Cubes each presented to @radical.media, New York (plus an ADC Hybrid Award), BBH, New York, The New York Times Magazine, New York, Masashi+Qanta+Saqoosha+Hiroki, New York and Tokyo, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA and School of Visual Arts, New York.
Congratulations to all the winners! The full list of winners is here.