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Wednesday, September 13, 2006

2006 D&AD ANNUAL OUT SEPTEMBER 26, BUT CONTROVERSY LOOMS AS UK WORK STILL DOMINATES


The world's most eagerly awaited annual showcase of design and advertising creativity launches on 27 September 2006.
Over 740 pieces of work across 29 categories in design and advertising are included in The D&AD Annual and showreel. However, with more than half from the UK (427 entries), the awards are sure to continue to come in for criticism from creatives around the world. D&AD Global Awards jury members made the selection from over 24,500 pieces of work entered from 61 countries. Gaming, Direct, and Magazine & Newspaper Design will feature as independent categories for the first time in the D&AD Annual.
The D&AD Annual is no longer available to non-members. The only way to receive a free copy of the 2006 book is to join D&AD before 31 December 2006. Contact nikki@dandad.co.uk for further information on the different ways to become a member.
The D&AD Global Awards 2007 will launch its Call for Entries on 2 October. Visit www.dandad.org for further details.

D&AD Annual 2006 Facts & Figures:

745 pieces of work selected for the D&AD Annual
603 In-book
88 Nominations
54 Yellow Pencils awarded
2 Black Pencils awarded


TOP 10 COUNTRIES
1. UK (427 entries)
2. USA (95)
3. Germany (35)
4. Australia (20)
5. South Africa (19)
6. Singapore (16)
7. Malaysia (13)
8. France (12)
9. China (11)
9. Netherlands (11)

Number of Annual Entries by Region and Country:

Africa
South Africa (19)

Asia
China (11)
Hong Kong (2)
India (9)
Japan (10)
Malaysia (13)
Philippines (1)
Singapore (16)
South Korea (5)
Taiwan (1)
Thailand (4)
UAE (1)

Australasia
Australia (20)
New Zealand (5)

Europe
Austria (6)
Belgium (3)
Croatia (3)
Denmark (2)
France (12)
Germany (35)
Ireland (2)
Netherlands (11)
Norway (2)
Portugal (1)
Slovenia (1)
Spain (3)
Sweden (10)
Switzerland (1)
UK (427)

North America
Canada (7)
USA (95)

South America
Argentina (1)
Brazil (5)
Chile (1)

1 Comments:

Anonymous creative fikker said...

fikking wankers anyway.

subsciptions suck

12:13 PM NZST

 

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