Hungry Boys Awards
20+ Summer Awards for Hungry Boys
It’s already been quite a summer for our colleagues at Hungry Boys. Three of their campaigns have picked up more than 20 awards so far combined. Read on for details.
"Words Can Save" for Kaspersky
This powerful anti-bullying campaign helps people understand the damage bullying can cause, points them toward resources for themselves and others, and shows them how offering the right support can literally save lives.
"Words Can Save" took silver and landed on three shortlists at the Kyiv International Advertising Festival (KIAF), three Diplomas at the Golden Hammer International Advertising Festival, was shortlisted twice at the Prague International Advertising Festival (PIAF), and was shortlisted for a Cannes Lion. Plus, it won Site of the Day for both the Awwwards and FWA.
Case Study: https://vimeo.com/121777076
“Tiger Challenge” for World Wildlife Fund
In this campaign, we connected humans to an endangered species through an activity they share: running. By placing a GPS tracker on a real tiger and tracking its movement, then comparing it to data from popular fitness trackers on an interactive platform, we created a way for human runners to challenge themselves while keeping an endangered species top of mind.
"Tiger Challenge" stole the show at KIAF, taking home Best of Contest (the Grand Prix) and two bronze, and was shortlisted for another award. It also captured two silvers and one diploma at Golden Hammer, and made two shortlists at PIAF, along with being named an Awwwards Site of the Day.
Case Study: https://vimeo.com/119426390
"Read My Lips" for Maybelline NY
For the launch of Maybelline's Baby Lips lip balm, we created a fully integrated campaign that used fun lip-reading challenges to get Russian women to think about healthy lips in more than just the winter months.
"Read My Lips" snagged a silver at Golden Hammer, and was shortlisted at KIAF.
Case Study: https://vimeo.com/124197518
Please join us in congratulating everyone at Hungry Boys for this great work!