Wieden + Kennedy continues its winning streak with multiple Cubes from The Art Directors Club, which today released the list of winners for its 90th Annual Awards Show. The agency's Portland office, which recently earned the Grandy top prize at the Andy Awards for the Old Spice "Responses" campaign, nabbed ADC Hybrid and Gold cubes for the effort as well as Gold for the Questions spot, while its Amsterdam hub earned two Golds for Nike's Write the Future World Cup film.Y&R made a strong showing as well. Its Chicago office won double Gold for the It Rarely Stops spot for the National Domestic Violence Hotline, while New York also took Gold for the VH1 Anti-Rock Star campaign.
Single Golds went to Agency TwoFifteen, for Microsoft Xbox's Deliver Hope; Mother New York's Fashion Spectacular for Target; Goodby, Silverstein & Partners for the Logitech Kevin Bacon spot; Saatchi L.A. for Toyota's Swagger Wagon Music Video; JWT New York for Human Rights Watch "Burma" and Jung von Matt, for Dortmund Concert Milk.
Hybrid winners included Chris Milk and Aaron Koblin's The Wilderness Downtown for Arcade Fire, which also took Gold, R/GA's Pay With a Tweet for Innovative Thunder and Matthew Ryan and Tim Geoghegan's 4th Amendment Wear.
The latter, along with JWT's Burma campaign for Human Rights Watch also took the club's inaugural Designism Awards, which honor nonprofit work that drives social or political change.
For the full list of winners, go to the ADC Awards site.
The ADC will officially present all the awards and announce the best-in-show Black Cube winner during its 90th Annual Awards Gala on Tuesday, May 10, 2011 at the Hotel Eventi.