D&AD has revealed its global brand partners as it opens the call for entries for the 2016 New Blood Awards with another fantastic line-up of briefs.
Amnesty International, Dazed, and Ford are among the 17 brands setting challenges as part of the world’s leading programme for new creative talent. With a hugely successful response to the 2015 awards, brands that are returning for a second year include John Lewis, BBC, Monotype, WWF and Nationwide.
Open to any young creative aged 23 or under, in addition to current students and those within two years of graduation, the New Blood Awards offer tomorrow’s creative superstars a chance to tackle real briefs, set by real clients and judged by top industry creatives.
D&AD’s 2017 New Blood Awards include a total of sixteen (16) briefs. They cover design, film, illustration, copywriting, campaigns and more. Each brief has been designed to set a unique challenge and are supported by a great range of learning resources and industry insight.
Entries open in early 2017 and will be accepted until 22 March 2017.
You can enter as an individual, or up to five people can work together and enter as a team.
Entry fees:-The cost per entry is £20. For D&AD Full Members and Education Network Members, it’s £15.
Awards:-D&AD’s 2017 New Blood Awards include a total of sixteen (16) briefs.