Young Glory: Student Winners 2011-2012 Season
Posted by admin on August 16th, 2012
Here, we congratulate the winners of Young Glory – a global advertising competition unlike any other, that rewards creative consistency in solving brand problems. 8 briefs & 8 big name judges. It’s over and here are the students who have made a splash in the world.
Tied for first place, Shahak Shapir & Duncan Munge from Miami Ad School Europe:
They received their highest scores for the briefs on Global Warming Awareness, Wikipedia, and the Just For Laughs comedy festival.
Tied for first place, Ludvig Sandstrom, Thomas Samsoe & Nagy from Berghs School of Communication:
This creative team, “Four Eyes Plus 2,” made strides in the last round, judged by Nick Law, where they submitted ideas surrounding Google’s futuristic Project Glass platform.
Finishing in third and earning a spot on the podium after 8 long months, Thomas Eltvik & Torstein S. Skogedal from RMIT University Melbourne:
Shout-out to all the students and professionals (Wait…there was a professional category?) who participated in Young Glory. Stay tuned for news on the next season, which we’ll be sure to keep you updated on.