Thinkboxes creative awards winners 2010

The Thinkboxes are the first awards to celebrate the UK's world-beating TV ad creativity, in all its forms, at regular way-points throughout the year. Created in association with Haymarket Brand Media (Campaign, Marketing and Brand Republic) in 2008, these bi-monthly awards are judged by the Thinkbox Creative Academy; made up of over 200 advertising luminaries with Craig Inglis, Marketing Director of John Lewis and Nick Gill, Executive Creative Director of BBH as joint Academy Presidents.

Skoda Fabia: Mean Green
Fallon

Virgin Atlantic: Feeling Good
RKCR/Y&R

Nike: Write the Future
Wieden + Kennedy

John Lewis: Always a Woman
adam&eveDDB

IKEA: The Kitchen Squad
BMB


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