The One Show

On the list of global creativity awards, few rate as high as the One Club‘s program honouring advertising, design and interactive media excellence. The 37th annual One Show and its younger One Show Interactive and One Show Design awards will soon draw the industry to New York. Check back regularly for updates on finalists, judges, […]

On the list of global creativity awards, few rate as high as the One Club‘s program honouring advertising, design and interactive media excellence. The 37th annual One Show and its younger One Show Interactive and One Show Design awards will soon draw the industry to New York.

Check back regularly for updates on finalists, judges, stand-out Canadian work and, of course, news of which agencies will bring home gold, silver and bronze Pencil trophies.


One Show Interactive – Gold Pencils and Canadian winners Listing

The full list of Gold Pencil and Canadian winners from Friday’s One Show Interactive gala in New York. Look for work from Jam3, BBDO, Leo Burnett, CP+B, John St. and the NFB [Full story]


One Show – Gold Pencils and Canadian winners Listing

Here are all of the Canadian and Gold Pencil winners from Thursday night’s One Show gala. [Full story]

Leo continues One Show medal streak

Leo Burnett‘s Toronto team earned three medals at Thursday night’s One Show Awards, arguably the biggest of the One Club’s award programs. The wins add to the three Pencils the agency won Monday night at One Show Design.

“The One Show is incredibly tough to win,” said Leo Burnett’s chief executive officer/chief creative officer Judy John at the packed reception at Alice Tully Hall in uptown New York City. “The judges are tougher here than at Cannes, so this is an honour for Leo.” [Full story]


One Show Design – Gold Pencils and Canadian winner listing

The full listing, with submission art and videos, of Canadian winners and international Gold Pencil recipients. (Note: Larger-format video will be available soon.) [Full story]

The Canadian One Show Design Winners

The 2012 OneShow Awards kicked off last night with One Show Design, a packed Monday night fete held at the IAC Building, a Frank Gehry-designed building (how apropos given the subject matter being honoured) in New York’s Chelsea neighbourhood.

Six Canadian agencies won Pencils at the event. [Full story]

Would You Kill For a One Show Pencil?

April 26, 2012 – To promote its One Show award programs, the One Club has partnered with Mullen for an online video game that pits players against some recognizable advertising icons.

CHRIS BRUSS NAMED ONE SHOW ENTERTAINMENT JURY CHAIR

April 25, 2012 – Looking to develop its four-year-old branded entertainment awards program, the One Club has named Chris Bruss, vice-president of branded entertainment at FunnyOrDie.com, as jury chair for its One Show Entertainment Awards. [Full story]

ONE SHOW FINALISTS REVEALED

April 13, 2012 – The finalists for the 2012 One Show competitions have been announced, and Canadian advertisers and agencies are well-represented. Click through to see the Canadian contenders and to find the full list of finalists. [Full story]

ONE SHOW JURIES ANNOUNCED, THREE CANADIANS NAMED

March 6, 2012 – Three Canadians have been selected to judge submissions at the 37th annual One Show and its affiliated design and interactive awards. [Full story]

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