D&AD New Blood winners 2019

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D&AD announced the latest winners of its annual student competition New Blood Awards, whcih represent the best emerging young talent from around the globe, at a ceremony in London last night.

Take on the Future was the overarching theme for 2019, with individual brands and agencies adding their own flourish on the subject. The winning entries ranged from humorous and playful campaigns to sharp, satirical commentaries on topics from climate change and period poverty to fake news.

173 Pencils were awarded in total, with three Blacks, four Whites and 29 Yellows among the most coveted accolades.


Black Pencil Winners


adidas - Make Waves With Waves

Winners: Jack Parker, Savannah Finestone

College: West Herts College


McKinsey Design & The Case For Her - Pad Paper

Winners: Joachim Klintfält, Mark Terkelsbøl, Nicolas Housted

College: DMJX - Danish School of Media and Journalism


BBC - Narration

Winners: Kenneth Meek, Marianne Johansen

College: The School of Communication Arts 2.0




White Pencil Winners


Durex - School of Porn

Winners: Per Berge Moe, Sollin Sæle

College: Westerdals Oslo School of Arts Communication and Technology


Side Hustle - Personal Patient Pack (PPP)

Winners: Hannah Grogan, Máire Kane

College: National College of Art and Design



Winners: Mathias Gudberg Juel, Oliver Strzelbicki

College: DMJX - Danish School of Media and Journalism


adidas - Make Waves With Waves

Winner: Jack Parker, Savannah Finestone

College: West Herts College


A full list of winners is available to view here.


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