Young blood at FamousGrey wins prizes

Young blood at FamousGrey wins prizes

Groot-Bijgaarden, July 10 2020 - This week the winners of the New Blood Awards 2020 were announced, among them were An-Sofie Keulen and Steve Maes, junior creatives at FamousGrey. With their 'Disabled not displeasured' campaign for Durex, they won a Yellow Pencil.

The New Blood Awards are presented annually by D&AD to promote young and promising talent in the world of advertising. Out of the 3,000 entries from 60 countries, An-Sofie and Steve's campaign was also chosen as one of the winners. The creative team had only just graduated from LUCA School of Arts and after a successful internship at FamousGrey, they could immediately start working as junior creatives at the advertising agency.

Their entry for Durex was awarded a Yellow Pencil. The client briefing? Fight for diverse representation and empowerment in sex for disabled people. Via this link you can admire the result (casemovie).

About FamousGrey

FamousGrey was founded in 1997 as an independent agency. In 2016 it became part of the Grey Group, one of the world’s most innovative and creative advertising networks. Under the motto, Famously Effective, the agency not only aims to build its clients’ brands but also their business, via creative, result-driven campaigns. All of which takes place thanks to the dedication of 80 employees, including specialists in every discipline of relevance to today’s advertiser. Many of these specialisations have since grown into genuine expert hubs, such as FamousGrey Performance, FamousGrey Digital, Famous Relations, FamousGrey Productions and Buyerminds Brussels.

FamousGrey creates campaigns for national and international companies such as Proximus, the Belgian Railways (SNCB/NMBS), Volvo, Hyundai, Alken-Maes, IGLO and Visit Brussels.

FamousGrey’s offices are located in a former 18th century monastery on the outdskirts of Brussels.

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