Go lighter, go longer.
ManvsMachine, a Landor Group company, won gold at this year’s Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity for its work on Nike Air Max. In this metaphorical exploration of air and the negative space it occupies, ManvsMachine portrays the Air Max 2017’s ultralight support and maximum comfort through a series of visual metaphors inspired by scenarios encountered on an everyday run.
We’re thrilled to announce that the Landor family was awarded four Lions at the 2016 Cannes Lions International Festival
Lois Jacobs, CEO of Landor, reflected on the extraordinary strength and talent of the Landor network: “For the past two years we have been the most awarded branding and design consultancy at the Cannes festival. This shows not only the dedication and creativity of our designers, strategists, and client managers, but also the rigor and relevance of our work.”
Peter Knapp, chief creative officer at Landor, agreed: “I could not be prouder of our work this year. We’ve taken our past Cannes legacy and built upon it, showing that year after year, we continue to be both progressive and innovative in our field.”
See below for more information about each award.
It was a Saturday evening in Goa. The breeze had calmed the tropical weather and the crowd was restless with anticipation—the Kyoorius Design Awards ceremony was due to start. The late nights, the photo shoots, the multiple revisions of the designs; the blood, sweat, and tears of the team had boiled down to this one moment—was it going to be us?
Kyoorius Design Awards, the foremost creative awards for design and visual communication in India, were conceptualized in association with D&AD to honor and award the most outstanding work in the industry. The judging panel is selected in collaboration with D&AD and consists of top creatives from around the world to ensure the highest standard of judging.
Every year Kyoorius hosts a three-day event in Goa where hundreds of industry professionals gather to create a truly inspiring space. Ideas are exchanged, work is critiqued, and new associations are formed. At the end of the three days is the award ceremony where the outstanding works of the year are given recognition.
Our year had come. All the hard work and dedication finally paid off—Landor Mumbai was the proud recipient of two Blue Elephants, the symbol of the highest creative achievement. We were awarded the Blue Elephants for packaging design and the craft of design for our work for Miss Chhotee’s.
Miss Chhotee’s range of home-style sauces was born from the creator’s love for food, travel, and art. True to origin, the creator used authentic ingredients and local recipes that were collected during her travels. Our design takes inspiration from the patterns intrinsic to the art and the architecture of the countries where the sauces originate; the team brought the patterns to life using the ingredients found in each recipe. These unique label designs have managed to create instant recall on shelves and an instant aspirational appeal for Indian consumers who crave global flavours.
To add to the sweet victory, our book cover design for Crime and Punishment garnered us two in-book awards.
The excitement and energy are still running high from our recent achievement and we cannot wait to grow our animal kingdom.
See more of our work on: landor.com/work