Troy Library "Book Burning Party" wins First-Ever Grand Prix at the 2012 Epica Awards
Last week, the 2012 Epica Awards announced that Leo Burnett Detroit's Troy Library "Book Burning Party" won the first-ever International Epica d'Or with a Grand Prix in Interactive. This is a first-time Epica Grand Prix award for the USA.
After 25 years of being solely European-based entries, the Paris creative competition opened entries worldwide for the first this year. The awards are judged in categories of television, press, outdoor, radio, interactive, print, design, among others by journalists representing the world's advertising and marketing trade press.
In addition, Leo Burnett Worldwide won four Gold Epica awards this year. Three global offices contributed to the overall wins including Leo Burnett London, Leo Burnett Milan and Leo Burnett Zurich.
Leo Burnett Worldwide Gold Epica Awards include:
Mcdonald's "We All Make The Games" - Food (Leo Burnett London)
Pantone "Pantone Queen" - Publication Design (Leo Burnett London)
Montblanc "The Beauty of a Second" - Branded Entertainment (Leo Burnett Milan)
Swiss Post "Coffee Stamp" - Communications Services (Leo Burnett Zurich)