Dell Sponsors the “Best Advertising Production” Category
As it did last year, Dell is once again sponsoring the animago AWARD in the “Best Advertising Production” category. Which project was able to win over the jury this year? “Canal Kitchen” by France’s Unit Image, Lube-x by Noah Demirci from the Lucerne University of Applied Arts and Sciences or maybe “The Easter Surprise” created by Jung von Matt and Mill+? for the Netto supermarket chain? We’ll find out on the evening of 7 September 2017.
We would like to say THANK YOU to Dell for their support and also for providing the ticket-system devices we’re going to be using at the animago entrance. We’re delighted to have Dell on board so that we can be sure our visitors enjoy a fast and trouble-free admission to the animago. At this point, our thanks go to the entire Dell Team.
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Making-Of Last Year’s “Best Advertising Production”
Shoes, monsters, beer and dinosaurs: last year we received a number of amazing submissions to the “Best Advertising Production” category “. “Face the Darkness” is the ad production that won the animago AWARD last year and it focuses on a thirsty hero who urgently needs a bottle opener. Watch the making-of and discover an unconventional way to open a beer bottle.