Welcome back to the Creative Awards London blog where we bring you the latest and greatest in our bespoke awards and trophies. How do you celebrate and reward the utter best in advertising in the UK? How do you gain both praise from your peers and from your industry? You win a British Arrows award, of course. We look back at this week’s British Arrows Awards 2019 and give you the low down on the event and its winners.
For over 40 years the British Arrows Awards have celebrated the very best film and talent that the British ad industry has to offer. Championing great film, in addition to the British Arrows, The British Arrows Craft awards is a night when the contribution of the oft-unsung heroes of production is celebrated.
In a constantly changing and innovative industry, the British Arrows have been a constant centre point that showcases great ideas and rewards the talent within UK advertising. Pioneering great works has been central to the British Arrows and each award show brings together the very best creative teams from across the country.
The British Arrow Awards continued the esteemed tradition of its predecessors and saw the top agencies in the country descend upon Battersea for the event. The stand out winner of this year’s awards was the Nothing Beats a Londoner campaign created by Wieden+Kennedy London which won 14 prizes – six gold Arrows, six gold Crafts and two silver Crafts. Along with Commercial of the Year, it received the honour of Best Crafted Commercial. Nike was also named Advertiser of Excellence for its continued delivery of inspiring advertising worldwide.
Somesuch took the Production Company of the Year title for the second year at the awards ceremony on Wednesday night in Battersea, London. The Agency and Production Company of the Year prizes are awarded based on the number of gold, silver and bronze wins the companies have received across the show.
Other big winners from the night were Essity’s Viva la Vulva, created by Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO and directed by Kim Gehrig through Somesuch, and John Lewis & Partners’ last Christmas ad starring Elton John, The Boy and the Piano, created by Adam & Eve/DDB and directed by Seb Edwards through Academy. Each received three gold Arrows, two gold Crafts and one silver Arrow.
Creative Awards London would like to thank all at the British Arrows and congratulate all those who participated in the event. For more information on the awards or any enquiries that you may have, contact our teams via firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 8159 2748 for a quotation or to discuss any ideas that you may have.