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DC is honored to announce that our work for the California Tobacco Control Program to help smokers quit in an empathetic way has been recognized with a Clio Health award.
Nicotine = Brain Poison = Clio
Our work for CTCP has awakened parents to the teen vaping epidemic and won a slew of awards in the process (not nearly as important, but nice). The latest is that most venerable of ad accolades: the Clio.
Kettle wins Campaign of the Year
For the second year in a row, DC brought home top honors at the sfBIG awards. Last year, it was our anti-vaping work on behalf of CTCP. This year, it was, in part, our pro-marijuana work on Kettle chips. Big thanks to sfBIG for the kind acknowledgement.
“Wake Up” wins North American Effie
DC’s “Wake Up” campaign snared a silver at the 2016 Effies, the pre-eminent industry award for marketing that drives measurable success.
Campaign of the Year for “Wake Up”
DC’s campaign for the California Tobacco Control Program took home the top BIG Star prize over a stellar field.
DC site takes top Pixel Award
Thirty-two industry judges bestowed top prize on D/C in the non-profit category of the 10th annual Pixel Awards.
Just what the doc ordered: gold, silver, Best in Show
Jackpot for DC at the 2015 Healthcare Marketing IMPACT Awards, sponsored by Modern Healthcare and Ad Age, Thursday night in Chicago. It started with a silver in the video category for John Muir Health, a pair of golds for California Tobacco Control (CTCP) in the video and integrated campaign categories and was topped off with Best in Show for CTCP.
D/C tops in fashion & beauty
We never doubted it, but now the OMMA award from MediaPost has confirmed it, bestowing top prize on the wildly social Sephora/Formula X website in the Fashion/Beauty/Cosmetics category, an effort in which, and we immodestly quote, "outstanding content, visual design and user interface create recurring value for users."
Blurb finds its own books
A comprehensive rebrand and the “Find Your Book” campaign Duncan/Channon created for Blurb have garnered a second year of industry accolades, the latest honors being coveted slots in the Brand New Awards and Communication Arts Advertising Annual.
Farrier rolls on: One Show Pencil added to Creative Review, Addy honors
REBRAND 100 redux: this time for Esurance
Duncan/Channon revisits the winners’ circle at the 2011 REBRAND 100 Global Awards, picking up a Merit for the rebranding of Esurance.
Best of show (woo-hoo): packaging
DC's smart, charming and evocative packaging for Farrier wine, part of the high-end Jackson Family Wines (part of Kendall Jackson) took one of three Best of Shows Saturday night at the San Francisco Addys.
100 Best in Advertising
Graphis magazine has honored D/C’s campaign for Sanita, the original Danish clog, with a gold award in its 2011 "100 Best in Advertising" annual. Founded in Zurich in 1944, Graphis is one of the world’s most influential graphic arts publications. The competition was judged by a prestigious international jury whose US contingent included Rich Silverstein. All of which ain't exactly chopped liver, a D/C spokesperson was heard to remark.
"Biggest ad award" finalist third year in a row
"This is the toughest award in advertising, because it recognizes an agency's overall creative excellence," said Chuck Porter, chairman of Crispin Porter + Bogusky. "To win an O'Toole, one hot idea won't cut it, an agency has got to be the best over and over and over again."
CA taps D/C
In a well-deserved tribute to the agency's interactive team, Duncan/Channon is being honored in this year's Communications Arts Interactive Annual for the Hard Rock Booth Interactive.
D/C scores National ADDYs for two sites
Duncan/Channon has been awarded two prestigious National ADDY Awards, for the much-honored, Deep Zoom-based Hard Rock memorabilia website and our own new, blogalicious site.