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Amazing advertising at D&AD

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14:40 PM | 1 April 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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D&AD took to the stage at Advertising Week Europe to discuss the judging process and show off some of the this past years impeccable creative work.

At Advertising Week Europe, D&AD CEO, Tim Lindsay, and president, Laura Jordan Bambach, stepped up to talk about the judging process and show us some impeccable work from this year (see all the creative below).

D&AD is an elite advertising and awards show with an enormous panel of industry legends flying in from all over the world to judge the work. Each of the many categories have their own judging panel who decide who, if anyone, should win the coveted Yellow Pencil. The chairman of each of those panels then get together to decide if anyone deserves the rare Black Pencil.

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