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HISTORIC GRAND PRIX WINS AT THE CANNES LIONS FESTIVAL

Digital experience design agency North Kingdom enjoyed unprecedented wins at this years Cannes Lions Festival. This years haul ranks among the greatest in the studio’s innovative history with involvement across 3 Grand Prix wins. This is a first for a Swedish agency:

  • Titanium Grand Prix #OptOutside campaign for REI
  • Integrated Grand Prix F.U 2016 campaign, House of Cards for Netflix
  • Promo & Activation Grand Prix #OptOutside for REI
  • 3 Gold Lions. Mobile/Direct/Promo & Activation. “Straight Outta Compton” for Beats by Dre.
  • 4 Gold Lions. Promo & Activation. #OptOutside for REI
  • One Gold Lion. Promo & Activation. F.U 2016, House of Cards for Netflix


“To achieve something on this scale shows that clients are recognizing how disciplines are blurring & that design now matters more than ever. In an age where experience is everything we are very proud to have brought a user first approach for 3 of the years most talked about campaigns. The wins show how design thinking & design doing aren’t just impacting products & services but driving more innovative marketing communications too”, says David Eriksson, Chief Creative Officer & Partner at North Kingdom.

This monumental success speaks to the agencies position as a specialist in an increasingly fragmented marketplace. By driving it’s knowledge & expertise together with a design in tech agenda North Kingdom continues to build value for clients across the communication & product design industries alike.

A full roll call of the sweep from Cannes x North Kingdom can be found here:

REI / Venables, Bell &Partners – Optoutside
Grand Prix Titanium
Grand Prix Promo and Activation
Gold Direct
Gold Direct
Gold Promo and Activation
Gold Cyber – Webcampaign
Gold Integrated
Bronze Mobile – websites

Netflix / BBH – House of Cards
Grand Prix Integrated Campaign
Gold Promo and Activation
Silver x 2 Promo and Activation

Beats by Dre – Straight Outta Compton
Gold Mobile
Gold Direct
Gold Promo and Activation  

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