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THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER’S KEY ART AWARDS POWERED BY CLIO ANNOUNCES 2014 WINNERS
For Immediate Release



Premiere competition for advertising and communications honors artist Drew Struzan with Saul Bass Award for a career of artistic excellence during LA ceremony 

 

Los Angeles, CA (October 24, 2014) – Today, The Hollywood Reporter’s Key Art Awards Powered by CLIO, announces 2014 winners. THR’s Key Art Awards, entertainment's most recognized awards competition for advertising and communications, celebrates and rewards creative excellence and its impact on modern culture. The most current, breakthrough work was honored on Thursday night during a ceremony at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles.

 

Grand Key Art Award winners include the creative teams producing the best work in entertainment advertising. This work represents the new ideas, technologies and techniques expanding the ways in which filmmakers, television producers and game developers connect with audiences in an increasingly competitive landscape. Grand Key Art Award winners are: 

 

Medium

Entry Type/Category

Product/Service

Title

Agency

Audio/Visual

Theatrical/Creative Content Short Form

The Lego Movie

Behind the Bricks

Aspect

Print

Theatrical/Wild Post

Bad Words

Animal Online Banners

P+A

Audio/Visual

Games/Trailer

Call of Duty:
Advanced Warfare

Reveal

Ant Farm

Display

Television/Specialty

Cougar Town 2nd Season on TBS

Cougar Town Cork Billboard
Art Installation

Johnson & Murphy

Audio/Visual

Television/Spot

The Simpsons
on FXX

Kitchen Sink

mocean

Engagement

Television/Experiential

Dallas

Ewing Energies Gas Station Takeover in Manhattan

Turner Entertainment Networks

Packaging

Home Entertainment/ Box Set Packaging

Breaking Bad:
The Complete Series

Complete Series Box Set

Elite Packaging by Caramundi

Audio/Visual

Home Entertainment/ Spot

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

Tumbler DHD

TRANSIT

Partnerships

Television

Cougar Town and Target

TBS, Cougar Town and Target’s Integrated Shoppable Promotion

Turner Network Entertainment

Integrated Campaign

Theatrical

GRAVITY

Integrated Marketing Campaign

Warner Bros. Pictures

Digital/Social

Theatrical/Website

The Grand Budapest Hotel

Akademie Zubrowka

Watson DG

AV Theatrical - Trailers

Action/Adventure

Mad Max: Fury Road

Hunted

mocean

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                            

“Key Art winners represent the best in innovation and artistic expression year after year,” says Nicole Purcell, CLIO Awards Executive Vice President. “It’s always an honor to toast the players that elevate entertainment advertising, and with Nick Offerman as this year’s host, it was quite the celebration.”

 

Also presented on-stage during the ceremony was the 2014 Saul Bass Award to recipient Drew Struzan, someone whose body of work stands out amongst the competition and inspires others in the graphic design industry. In his long career, Drew has created many of the most iconic movie posters, such as “Star Wars”, “Indiana Jones”, “Blade Runner” and “E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial”. He also has enjoyed creative relationships with many of the world’s greatest directors including, George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, Bob Zemeckis, Guillermo Del Toro, and Frank Darabont, who presented this year’s award.

 

Saul Bass is considered by today's creative community to be one of the most iconic and influential graphic designers and filmmakers of the 20th century.

 

“We are extremely proud to honor not only Drew Struzan, but all the talented artists included in this year’s awards,” says Janice Min, Guggenheim Media’s Entertainment Group Co-President and Chief Creative Officer. “Working alongside CLIO, we will continue to highlight and applaud this integral arm of the entertainment industry.”

 

THR’s Key Art Award winners are decided by an expert jury panel including, Michelle Jackino, Executive Creative Director, Concept Arts; Jordan Hayman, Creative Director, AV Squad; Jason Doherty, Creative Director, Greenhaus GFX; John McMahon, Co-President & General Manager, Art Machine; Alex Sanger, SVP, Interactive, And Company; and Massey Rafani, EVP of Creative Advertising, Warner Bros. Pictures.

 

Nick Offerman, best known for the role of Ron Swanson on NBC’s hit comedy series “Parks & Recreation”, hosted the night.

 

For more information on The Hollywood Reporter’s Key Art Awards Powered by CLIO, visit keyartaward.com

 

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About Key Art Awards

The Hollywood Reporter's Key Art Awards is entertainment's most recognized awards competition for advertising and communications. The Key Art Awards, which is managed by the CLIOs, has renewed its original commitment to celebrate and reward creative excellence and its impact on modern culture.

 

The Key Art Awards remains focused on evolving with the industry in order to acknowledge the most current, breakthrough work. New ideas, technologies and techniques are expanding the ways in which filmmakers, television producers and game developers can reach out to audiences in an increasingly competitive landscape. The Key Art Awards is proud to honor the creative teams that produce the best work in entertainment advertising.

 

About The Hollywood Reporter

The Hollywood Reporter is the entertainment industry's flagship media brand. With in-depth reporting, analysis, unprecedented access, world-class photography and video, and feature exclusives, The Hollywood Reporter is the definitive source for breaking entertainment and business news.

Founded in 1930 as a trade-only publication, The Hollywood Reporter reached an all-time high of 17.1 million individuals worldwide online at thr.com in August 2014, and over 224,000 readers in its weekly magazine, delivering news to an audience of industry power players and consumers deeply invested in entertainment content. The Hollywood Reporter's platforms include an award-winning weekly magazine, dynamic web and mobile sites, festival and awards season apps, tablet, iPad editions, social media, and branded events. Follow The Hollywood Reporter on Twitter @thr and on Facebook at facebook.com/HollywoodReporter.  In 2014, The Hollywood Reporter won a Los Angeles Area Emmy Award for The Hollywood Reporter in Focus: The Wolf of Wall Street.

 

About the CLIO Awards

The CLIO Awards is one of the world’s most recognized awards competitions for advertising, design and communications. The CLIO Awards has maintained its original commitment to celebrate and reward creative excellence, honoring a powerful form of communication and its impact on modern culture. At the same time, the CLIO Awards remains focused on evolving with the industry in order to acknowledge the most current, breakthrough work. To this day, CLIO’s iconic statue is the most widely recognized and coveted symbol of the industry’s creative accomplishments.  

 

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