Clio Awards: The 42nd Annual Awards Competition
Rockport Publishers is pleased to work in collaboration with the Clio Awards -- who grant the "Oscars" of the advertising industry -- to publish the 42nd annual Clio Awards. The Clio Awards has been recognizing the best advertising design worldwide for 42 years. A jury of top advertising and design industry professionals culls the more than 18,000 entries, and awards the top one percent with gold, silver, and bronze citations. A handful of work is also recognized for honorable merit. Each winner is presented in these pages, in full-color with detailed design credits, making this book the ultimate resource and reference for the design and advertising industry. This book also provides an inspirational collection of top work for students of advertising and design and for seasoned professionals in the design community. Book jacket.
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