The July issue is here and features all the latest industry goings on, big features, people profiles, deep-dives on creative, social photos and more.
This month's edition is the third to feature a cover created by one of Australia’s leading creative agencies.
We hand-pick each agency and the cover of the year will be voted for by readers at the end of 2018.
For this cover, The Royals – our AdNews Independent Agency of the Year 2017 - took a thought–provoking and dark approach to the brief at hand; with a nod to edition's investigative feature which looks at data privacy in the wake of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
The poignant creative, with faceless organisations and a young innocent girl clutching the most personal item of all (her diary), is striking, clever and emotive and no doubt a strong contender for the cover of the year.
Once again AdNews is thrilled and grateful for the level of effort and creative brilliance. See editor's letter on current edition here
As for what else is in the mag here's a sneak peek:
Behind the Cover: Our July cover was given the royal treatment by our AdNews Independent Agency of the Year NEW
Spotted: AdNews’ monthly spread on social events NEW
Spotlight: We shine a light on some more unique adland companies. Here we get ready to Rumble NEW
Adland Secrets: Confessions of a former creative director gone rogue NEW
The Profile: Meet the industry’s ideas man, Rob Galluzzo
The Work: The man who wears Spam sure can lift product
Meet the Team: We meet the thinkers and tinkers at Thinkerbell
Agenda: We got an exclusive first look at a mjor new TV report and we cut through the BS with Seven's Kurt Burnette
Interview: OK Pellegrino, what’s a decade a Google been like?
Picture this: Our illustrator puts pen to paper (see below - click to expand)
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Did you miss last month's (below)? AdNews June Edition: Consultancies are coming, Revolver, 72&Sunny
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