Agency Wants Its Fifteen Minutes of Fame


Hoping to set the record straight and give credit where credit is due, branded entertainment agency Campfire would like us all to know they, working with McKinney, conceived and executed Audi's "Art of the Heist" campaign which Creativity magazine has just named 2005 campaign of the year.

by Steve Hall    Dec-21-05   Click to Comment   
Topic: Agencies   

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To be honest, I'm kinda shocked that was named "Campaign of the Year" -- even by a rag like "Creativity." Then again, I can't really think of too many truly memorable or cutting edge campaigns that came out this year, so maybe they won by default.

Posted by: Satan on December 21, 2005 1:19 PM

"Campaign of the Year" or not, it sounds lke Campfire deserve at least 15 minutes of fame for this effort.


Posted by: Dario Meli on December 21, 2005 6:17 PM

Definately agree that they deserve their 15 minutes (more probably). There are a lot of great, small shops out there that often get overlooked for all the work they do.

Posted by: Sean on December 22, 2005 11:33 AM