Melbourne dominates Cannes: Metal for Leos, McCann, Clems

Daisy Doctor
By Daisy Doctor | 22 June 2017

Awards in the Design, Product Design, Media and Entertainment categories were spread across a range of Australian work, at last night's ceremonies in Cannes.

Clems Melbourne continued to dominate, picking up eight awards overall last night, with two Gold and one Bronze for Meet Graham in Design and one Gold, one Silver and one Bronze Lion for Snickers Hungerithm in the Media category.

Clems' work for Airbnb 'Until We All Belong' was also awarded one Silver Lion in Media and one Bronze Lion in Product Design.

Leo Burnett Melbourne's Reword for Headspace did well in the Design category, winning one Gold, one Silver and one Bronze Lion. The work also won a Bronze Lion in the Media category.

TKT Sydney and MEC's Souptube for Campbells won a Silver and a Bronze Media Lion.

Marcel Sydney's work for Four Seasons Condoms, an animation titled The Extendables, took home one Bronze Lion in Media. Ogilvy Melboune's Smartplates for AAMI and Havas Sydney's Riderless Bike for the Steve Waugh Foundation also both won a Bronze Lion in Media.

Made Possible by Melbourne from McCann Melbourne for Melbourne University was awarded a Bronze Lion in both the Media and Design categories.

Marcel Sydney scored a Silver Lion for its Air-Ink for Tiger Beer, as well as one Bronze Design Lion for its Tiger Trading Co. work for Tiger Beer.

McCann Melbourne's Playnasium for YMCA took home one Bronze Lion in the Design category, as well as one Bronze Lion in Entertainment – the only Australian work to be awarded in the category.

No Australian work won in the Entertainment Music category, which originally shortlisted Host's Summer Wonderland for Air New Zealand and R/GA Sydney's Through the Dark for Google.

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