Posted on May 12, 2017 by Susan O'Leary on News

Chemistry picks up 11 awards

Our ears are still ringing from last night’s ICADs. Chemistry picked up an impressive 10 bells at the awards. While across town, our Lidl Christmas campaign won Best Advertising Campaign at the All Ireland Marketing Awards.

Our ‘Get Cancer’ campaign for the Irish Cancer Society won four silver bells (Earned Media, Print, Print Campaign and Creative for Change) and one bronze (Print). The campaign kick-started a national conversation about Cancer.


Irish Cancer Society ‘Get Cancer’ campaign


Three different pieces of work for the Irish Examiner were also awarded. Our ‘Chernobyl’ and ‘Trump’ print ads picked up a silver and bronze respectively. We won another bronze for our ‘Whistleblower’ radio ad highlighting the tireless work of journalist Michael Clifford on the Maurice McCabe story.

Irish Examiner ‘Chernobyl’


Irish Examiner ‘Trump’


‘Whistleblower’ radio ad for Irish Examiner:


Our work for the Advertising Benevolent Society (TABS) won a bronze in the print category. TABS was set up more than 60 years ago to help advertising people and their families who have fallen on hard times.

The Advertising Benevolent Society

Finally, our Lidl ‘Homecoming’ took home a bronze in the craft category for cinematography.


A big thanks to all our clients and creative partners for helping us achieve this haul and a hearty congrats to all the other winners.