Droga5 takes home two of four Black Pencils at D&AD

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D&AD announced its annual winners tonight, awarding four Black Pencils. Two of those went to Droga5, in the integrated category, for the Million project for the New York City Department of Education; and another in viral, for The Great Schlep Obama campaign video feature Sarah Silverman. Two more Black pencils went respectively to Art + Com, for BMW's Kinetic Sculpture, which won in the Environmental Design/installations category, and to designer Matt Dent in the graphic design category, for his reverse coin designs for the Royal Mint.

The organization additionally awarded 54 Yellow Pencils. Those winners included many projects that have already been collecting hardware on the awards circuit, including Crispin Porter + Bogusky, for "Whopper Sacrifice," Radiohead's "House of Cards" video, directed by James Frost, the Sagami Originals "Love Distance" online ad campaign out of GT Inc. and Goodby's "Hotel 626" for Doritos, which also earned Yellow for the Comcast "Rabbit" spot. Production company Ghost Robot and directors Encyclopedia Pictura also took home three Yellow pencils, all for the stunning Bjork "Wanderlust" video. See all of this year's winners here.

The show, hosted by actor Richard E. Grant and D&AD President Garrick Hamm, was broadcast online for the first time on the D&AD website.

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