‘Van Gogh BnB’ Is Most Awarded Campaign for Leo Burnett Worldwide at 2016 Clio Awards
Agency network snags 18 awards across six global offices
Leo Burnett Chicago’s work for the Art Institute of Chicago, “Van Gogh BnB,” won four golds in the Brand Design, Out of Home, Branded Entertainment and Engagement/Experiential categories at the 2016 Clio Awards. The campaign also secured silver in the Public Relations category and bronze in Direct. With its six Clios, “Van Gogh BnB” was the network’s most awarded campaign from this year’s event. The campaign was also the winner of 14 Cannes Lions this past June.
Overall, the network took home 18 Clios across a variety of categories.
Leo Burnett Melbourne brought home a gold in Digital/Mobile Technique for Headspace’s “Reword.” The work also received two silver awards in the Innovation and Digital/Mobile categories.
Six offices from across the global network contributed to Leo Burnett’s success, including: Chicago, Madrid, Melbourne and Sydney, as well as Lapiz and Turner Duckworth.
The Clio Awards are an annual celebration of bold and innovative work from the creative industry. A concluding awards show will take place on September 28 in New York. For the full list of 2016 awards, please visit the Clio website.