Our Students Made These as Students

Walk Waze
Walk Waze Product Innovation
Volvo Cocoon
Volvo Cocoon Product Innovation
Ford Liberty
Ford Liberty Product Innovation
Fallen Fonts
Fallen Fonts Typography Brief
Nationwide
Nationwide Yellow, White & Black Pencil Winner
nPower
nPower Pencil Winner
WWF
WWF White Pencil Winner
AirBnB
AirBnB Yellow Pencil Winner
Pirate Bay
Pirate Bay Kim Jong-un
BUPA
BUPA Wee Can Save Your Life
First Direct
First Direct Death Insurance
IBM
IBM Passion is Power
Becks
Becks Vier
Moonpig
Moonpig Integrated Campaign
Domex
Domex Domex
Kia
Kia Picanto
Simple
Simple Simple Steps
Air Fix
Air Fix Play For Real
Sky Sky
White Bull Lager
White Bull Lager
Pebble
Pebble Sense Danger
Peace Day
Peace Day

Above are some examples of award-winning advertising campaigns, including winning entries to D&AD and Cannes. You can see even more examples of our students’ work by looking through their portfolios.

To see what they made in agencies, once they got jobs, click here.

2012:

  • D&AD Students of the Year, Olly Wood and Martin Headon for ‘Peace One Day.’

2013:

  • Yellow Pencil Winner, Thomas Fenwick-Smith and Joshua Cunningham for ‘Simple.’
  • Yellow Pencil Winner, Charlie Plant and Michael Venner for ‘Awkward.’
  • Chip Shop Awards, Best use of a shop Window Postcard Space for Jack Willoughby and Tom Bender.
  • Chip Shop Awards, Best use of a shop Window Postcard Space for Ran Stallard and Andrea Lutken.
  • Chip Shop Awards, Best use of Plagiarism for Rojan Munthe and Jayshree Viswanathan.
  • Chip Shop Awards, Best use of Plagiarism for Tom Fenwick-Smith and Rebecca Arthur.

2014

  • Yellow Pencil Winner, Adam Newby and Will Wells for ‘Telescopic Nostalgia.’
  • Yellow Pencil Winner, Kiefer McKenzi and Lavan Jeyarupalingam for ‘Domex Powered by People.’
  • White Pencil Winner, Greg Ormrod and Thomas Worthington for TalkTalk.
  • 2014 Cannes Future Lions Winner, Adam Radi & Mathias Trads for ‘IBM Passion for Power.’
  • 2014 Cannes Future Lions Winner, Tom Bender and Tom Corcoran for ‘Pebble.’
  • Chip Shop Award, Best Use of Bad Taste for Will Wright and James Lucking.
  • Chip Shop Awards, Best Work for Any Brand you Haven’t a Hope of Winning for Thomas Worthington and Greg Ormrod.
  • Chip Shop Awards, Best Work for Any Brand you Haven’t a Hope of Winning for Oli Rogers and Robbie Field.
  • Chip Shop Awards, Best Work for Any Brand you Haven’t a Hope of Winning for Robbie Field and Fred Barber.
  • Chip Shop Awards, Best use of a Shop Window Postcard Space for Aleks Wnuk and Daniella Murpy.
  • Chip Shop Awards, Best use of a Shop Window Postcard Space for Matty Pickles.
  • Chip Shop Awards, Invent Your Own Category for Adam Newby and Will Wells for ‘Sorry Gordon.’
  • Chip Shop Awards, Best ad based on topical new story/breaking news for Tom Fenwick-Smith and Rebecca Arthur.
  • Chip Shop Awards, Best use of Satire for Brodie King and Mimi Philips.
  • Chip Shop Awards, Best use of Satire for Tomas Worthington and Greg Ormrod.
  • Chip Shop Awards, Best use of a Pet or Animal for Ben Parnham and Robbie Field.Chip Shop Awards.
  • Chip Shop Awards,Best use of Regional Dialect for Matty Pickles and Dom Desmond.
  • Chip Shop Awards, Chip Shop Awards, Best Consumer Ad or Campaign for Thomas Worthington and Greg Ormrod.
  • Chip Shop Awards, It’s so Wrong it’s Right for Oli Rogers and Robbie Field.
  • Chip Shop Awards, Best use of Drum sponsored by The Drum for Thomas Worthington and Greg Ormrod.

2015

  • White, Black and Yellow Pencil Winner, Greg Ormrod and Thomas Worthington for ‘Nationwide.’
  • White Pencil Winner, Teddy Souter, Frazer Price and John Trainor for WWF for ‘Endangered Soles.’
  • Yellow Pencil Winner, Joel Buckley for ‘Npower.’
  • Yellow Pencil Winner, Ashley Bibby and James Morgan for TalkTalk.
  • Yellow Pencil Winner, Dounia Sitayeb, Robin Sanderson, Olivier Palle for ‘You’ve Got Friends Nationwide.’
  • Yellow Pencil Winner, Joel Buckley for ‘AirBnB Streets.’
  • Yellow Pencil Winner,Charlie Parker-Bonnett and Mads Nielsen for WWF ‘Bamboozle.’
  • Yellow Pencil Winner, Alex Mawby and Ben Lambert for ‘No Homework Day.’
  • BMIA Award Student of the Year Winner, Joel Buckley for Countdown for ‘Npower.’
  • Chip Shop Awards, Best Ad Without a Headliner for Edward Usher and Lucy Baker.
  • Chip Shop Awards, Best Charity Advert: Edward Usher and Lucy Baker.
  • Chip Shop Awards, Best Political Ad for James Lucking and Will Wright.
  • Chip Shop Awards, Best Shop Window Postcard: Adam Taylor-Smith and Stephen Yeates.
  • Chip Shop Awards, Best Shop Window Postcard: Zoe Jezeph and Martin Ojo for ‘Together.’

2016

  • Yellow Pencil Winner, Angus Crombie and Drew Davis for ‘Nationwide Change.’
  • White Pencil Winner, Matt Kennedy and Laurens Grainger for ‘Every Minute Matters,’ Amnesty International.
  • Creative Conscience Bronze Award: Laurens Grainger and Matthew Kennedy for ‘Every Minute Matters,’ Amnesty International.
  • Yellow Pencil Winner, Katy Edelsten, Alicia Cliffe, Owen Hunter-Jenkins, and Ethan Bennett for ‘Get Poached.’
  • Yellow Pencil Winner, Nick Kugge and Dennis Engel for ‘Travelling Soles.’
  • Chip Shop Awards, Best Political ad for Mikey and Ben.

2017

  • Chip Shop Awards, Ad most likely to get the Chip Shop Awards up shit creek, Alexandra Sims.
  • Chip Shop Awards, Ad most likely to get the Chip Shop Awards up shit creek, Lee Allen.
  • Chip Shop Awards, Best shop window postcard, Eyten Smith.
  • Chip Shop Awards, Best shop window postcard, Naomi Taylor and Beth Anderton-Allen.
  • Chip Shop Awards, Best brand apology ad, Pjotr Barakov.
  • Chip Shop Awards, Best ad without a headline, Pjotr Barakov.
  • Chip Shop Awards, Best vandalism of an existing ad, Falvia Ventura & Henry Foenander.
  • Chip Shop Awards, Best ad for something that does not need to be advertising, Fenton Saward & Bunmi Akinwale.
  • Chip Shop Awards, Best rejected concept, Lee Allen.
  • D&AD New Blood Yellow Pencil, Kyle Foreman & Elizabeth Anderton-allen, ‘Repurposed Records.’
  • D&AD New Blood Yellow Pencil, Daisy Bard, Alexandra Sims, Robyn Frost, ‘Be The First.’
  • Creative Conscience Awards, Naomi Taylor, ‘Reclaim the Words.’
  • Creative Conscience Award, Max Lombar, ‘Pearson Pen.’