Cresta Awards 2009

Winners of the Cresta Awards for 2009 are available online, providing an interactive exhibition of creative work from around the world. The awards were launched in 1993 by Creative Standards International, in partnership with the International Advertising Association. The 17th annual competition provided honours for 65 winners from 19 countries, with Grand Prix awards going to Euro RSCG, Singapore, Farfar Stockholm, HEIMAT, Berlin, Leo Burnett, Lisbon and Publicis Conseil, Paris. The 2009 Ceremony was launched online as an electronic event on Monday 26 October, at ads online at Cresta, allowing winners from all parts of the world to take part in the awards presentation.

Cresta Awards 2009


Press

Grand Prix went to Nikon’s “Faces” campaign, by Euro RSCG, Singapore

Leica “Wide angle lens – Photographer”, Austria
Opti Parquetcare/Henkel “Reflecting Parquet”, Austria
Jin Si Ping “cure for Parkinsonism”, China
Stihl “Hedges”, France
Rowenta RO4541 Silence Force “Duck”, Germany
Audi A6 Security “Bulletproof”, Germany
IKEA Austria “Sale”, Germany
IKEA Austria “Delivery Service”, Germany
Sony Ericsson “Sound Proof City”, Germany
Olympus “Zoom”, Germany
Air France “Double Life”, Spain
Museum of Childhood “Memory Back Guarantee”, “Inner Child’, “Playing”, UK

Posters

Orange “Music Max”, France
Vitakraft “Powerbird”, Germany
Comedy Central “We take it serious”, Germany
ISHR (International Society For Human Rights) “Ahmadinejad / Raul Castro”, Germany
Black & Decker Hammerdrill KD990 “Power Drill Campaign”, Germany
Sony Ericsson “Sound Proof City”, Germany
ZDF “Interruptus”, Germany
McDonald’s “Freshness Box Salad”, Germany
Tryvann Winter Park “The Snowing Billboard”, Norway
Strepsils “Mouth Athlete, Mouth Parade, Mouth Child”, Spain
3M Automotive Window Films “Shadows”, United Arab Emirates

TV/Cinema/Digital

Grand Prix went to Orange’s “Rewind City”, by Publicis Conseil, Paris

National Museum “Munich”, Czech Republic
Fazer Leipomot Reilu Bread “1/3 True love, 2/3 Make-up, 3/3 Tie”, Finland
CANAL+ “CANAL+ Cinema”, France
Volvo BLIS “Slap”, Germany
HORNBACH DIY / Home Improvement Stores “IMAGINATION
“, Germany
HORNBACH DIY / Home Improvement Stores “SoundsCampaign – Bath/ Stairway/Nursery”, Germany
Audi A4 Exclusive Line “Robbery”, Germany
Audi quattro “Urban Carving”, Germany
Beate Uhse TV “Inkblot Test”, Germany
UHU super glue “The first one-second-commercials for super glue”, Germany
Opel/ Vauxhall – Zafira and Meriva “Adjustable World”, Germany
Marie Curie Actions “Chemical Party”, Germany
MINI “Have you seen that?”, Germany
PM’s Office Hungary – Campaign for Disabled People “Job interview”, Hungary
Pert Plus “Stop the Suffering”, Lebanon
Norwegian Association of the Blind “Don’t disturb the ones working”, Norway
Amnesty International “Everybody against everybody“, Portugal
MTV/Aids Awareness “Chewing Gum”, United Arab Emirates
Verizon “Deadzones”, USA

Radio

Muenchner Ticketcenter “27″, Germany
MORTEIN DOOM “SLOW DEATH”, Kenya

Interactive

Grand Prix went to Nokia Eseries “The Unloader“, by Farfar, Stockholm

Clear Channel Finland “Follow Me Project Helsinki”, Finland
Levi’s 501® “Live Unbuttoned”, France
Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt: “Exhibition: Playing the City”, Germany
Björn Borg Fashions “In Action Screensaver”, Sweden
British Gas “Generation Green”, UK

Ambient Media

Grand Prix went to Pampero Rum “World’s first ephemeral museum“, by Leo Burnett Lisboa.

IKEA Austria “The first IKEA cinema catalogue”, Germany
Fiftyfifty (magazine for homeless people) “Transparent Man”, Germany
Amnesty International Promotion against human trafficking “Amnesty promotion: woman in a suitcase”, Germany
The Asahi Shimbun Company “The Asahi Newspaper Moves”, Japan
Portuguese Red Cross “Hope Store”, Portugal
Norwegian.se Airlines “Snow Stamp”, Sweden

Integrated Campaign

Grand Prix went to Hornbach DIY The House of Imagination, by Heimat, Berlin

T-Mobile Image Campaign “MESSAGES”, Slovakia
American Legacy Foundation “Sunny Side of Truth”, USA
AOK Health Insurance Fund “An Apple a Day Calendar”, Germany
Wüsthof knives “Onion calendar”, Germany