WMH picked up the award for its Recipease food kits for Jamie Oliver, while Pearfisher also won for work for Jamie Oliver, in this case the packaging for his JME food range. The Partners won for its Office Games identity for charity Richard House.
WMH also picked up a silver for its Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time work for itself, while silvers also went to Manchester-based The Chase Creative for its brochure for Manchester and Cheshire Dogs Home, CHI & Partners for its work around Carphone Warehouse’s sponsorship of the X-Facto, and Bristol-based Taxi Studio for its branding and packaging work for Willie’s Cacao.
Bronze awards went to The Chase Creative for its Never Forget a Face work for the BBC Wildlife Fund, Freestate for its Sony@IFA 2008 work, and The Partners for its packaging and branding for Mr Singh’s Bangras sausages.
The Grand Prix Award went to McCann Worldgroup’s Hong Kong office for its Paper Battlefield work for Nike Hong Kong.
Meanwhile, UK consultancies also saw success earlier this week at the New York Festivals Advertising Awards for Design.
The UK won 31 awards in total, including five golds, four silvers and five bronzes.
Manchester-based True North picked up two golds, both for its work for Expecting Baby, while fellow Manchester consultancy Love won for its packaging for Silver Cross. Rose won for its St Mary’s Church restoration identity, and Pearlfisher for its JME Homeware work.