Introducing Maddie and Tom, the SheSays Young & Awesome winners
Recently we hosted the SheSays Young & Awesome Showcase at FutureRising. You can get the low down on how it all went and see photos and talks from the night over on our SheSays event page.
Based on the overall quality of their portfolio, the winning team from the last year of Young & Awesome entries was announced by the judge Rosie Bardales (also known for her role as Executive Creative Director and Partner of BETC London). Picking up the top prize were the wonderful Maddie and Tom.
This is what Rosie had to say about their portfolio. "Some great work. In general the work is insightful and fun, especially the Play-Doh print as it's very well executed."
As for us, we love the Play-Doh stuff for it's brutal simplicity (pun very much intended). The executions are great, instantly understood and have a clear, insightful idea supporting them.
Nanagotchi is another gem from Maddie and Tom. If you've ever wanted your very own pet nana, you'll love it. The idea behind it, of impulsive saving, is fantastic.
If you're looking for some nice award-winning creatives, be sure to look Maddie and Tom up. And if you'd like to compete in future rounds of this competition for young, female creatives check out Young & Awesome.
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