Leo Burnett's six ads reach New York Festivals finals

MUMBAI: Six ads made by Leo Burnett India ads have achieved the finalist status in the New York Festivals 2005 Print Advertising Awards competition.

These ads will now go on to the next round of judging and compete for gold, silver and bronze world medals.


The six ads were chosen amongst 4,313 entries from 62 countries. To have achieved the finalist status indicates that this particular work was in the top 22 per cent of advertising or design excellence in the world.



Magazine, newspaper, and outdoor entries were judged online by an international panel of 80 creative directors representing every major advertising center around the world, and local panels organised in England, Germany, Greece, Puerto Rico, and cities throughout the United States evaluated the Design and Collateral pieces.



The ads are as follows:

'Hole' --- McDonalds (Retail Restaurants)

'Home Delivery' ---- McDonalds campaign (Outdoor/Transit/Posters: Retail Restaurants)

'Tree' --- Atlas Cycles (Outdoor/Transit/Posters: Automotive Products)

'3 Hours' --- Heinz Tomato Ketchup (Outdoor/Transit/Posters: Foods)

'Tiger Blood Stripes' --- Sanctuary Magazine (Outdoor/Transit/Posters: Civic/Social Education)

'Invite Book: Temple Of Dawn' --- Steinmetz Direct Mail (Trade & Manufacturing)

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