D&AD organizers prolonged the entry deadline to this year’s edition of the awards with one extra week, until February 25th. Still, the entries submitted after February 18th will be subject to a 20% surcharge to cover additional resources needed to process late entries during the extension period. The submission of works can be done here.
D&AD Judging Week will take place in the new location of The Old Truman Brewery, East London’s revolutionary arts and creative quarter. Held Sunday 19 April – Thursday 23 April, D&AD will be opening up Judging Week to the public for the first time, with an exhibition of winning work headlining a full programme of fringe events.
Eric Kallman, Rei Inamoto, Harriet Devoy and Kai-lu Hsiung are among the leading creatives judging this year’s Awards.
This year’s Awards Ceremony will be held on May 21st and, until the end of month, the tickets are available to purchase from the D&AD Shop
Work entered into the 2015 D&AD Awards must have been commercially released between 1 January 2014 and 28 February 2015 and been produced in genuine response to a client brief. It must not have been entered in previous years. The Awards cost from just £85 to enter this year and submissions should be made in their original language by 25 February 2015. Freelancers and sole traders that are also members of D&AD are eligible to receive a 20% discount.
Since 1962, D&AD has been inspiring a community of creative thinkers by celebrating and stimulating the finest in design and advertising. A D&AD Award is recognised globally as the ultimate creative accolade, entered and attended by the best creative decision makers from around the world. Set to reward, promote and enable creative brilliance in all areas of creative communication, a Yellow – or Black – Pencil remains the pinnacle in many careers.