Campaign India Team
Jun 05, 2020

D&AD Awards 2020: Seven more shortlists for India

Total shortlists from the country stand at 16

D&AD Awards 2020: Seven more shortlists for India
Work from India got seven shortlists in the third batch announced by D&AD. 
 
FCB India got three of them for Mumbai Police's 'The Punishing Signal'. Two of these were in the PR category while one was in the Experiential category.
 
DDB Mudra got two for Khalsa Aid's 'Hashtags don't heal'. Both the shortlists were in the Press and Outdoor category.
 
Ogilvy's 'The Legacy Project' for Pernod Ricard was shortlisted in the Illustration category.
 
Simoul Alva's work for The New York Times, Medium and Adobe is among shortlists in the 'Next Illustrator' category.
 
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