The creatives behind the Big winners

November 2009
Campaign;11/6/2009, Issue 44, p8
Trade Publication
The article profiles several individuals behind the gold-award-winning advertising campaigns at the Big Awards by periodical "Campaign" including DBB London's art director Hunter Somerville, DBB London's head of art Grant Parker, and Fallon's creative director Matt Keon. It examines the work executions of Somerville. It explores the taste of failure experienced by Parker despite winning awards. Furthermore, it highlights the honesty of Keon.


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