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13 Projects Touched by Company 3 Earn Cannes Lions Awards

June 29, 2016 Jun. 29, 2016

While entertaining friends and co-hosting a week-long beach party with Little Black Book was a lot of fun, the most exciting part of the annual festival of creativity for us was seeing our clients’ work recognized with these prestigious awards. We’re pleased to have contributed to many of them, including Grand Prix and Silver Lions-winning New York Times VR film “The Displaced,” colored by Dave Hussey; Nike’s “Margot vs Lily” and “Last,” earning Gold and Silver, both colored by Stefan Sonnenfeld, Adidas’ Bronze-winning “Your Future is Not Mine” and Canada Goose’s Gold-and-Bronze-winning “Out There,” both colored by Tom Poole, who also colored AT&T’s “It Can Wait, “Fletcher’s Drive” and P&G’s “Strong,” which took home Bronze. Mattel’s Barbie brand, colored by Bob Festa, earned Silver; and Audi’s “Commander,” colored by Stefan Sonnenfeld,, and CoorDown “How Do You See Me,” colored by Sofie Borup, earned Bronze. Sofie also colored SK-II “Marriage Market Takeover,” recognized with Bronze and Glass Lions.