Archive for the ‘Awards’ Category

European award

Thursday, December 4th, 2008

Yesterday the project won another award, at a festival called Eurobest, which was this time held in Stockholm. Emotional Cities is an art project and not an ad campaign, but has struck some nerve in the media and design world. After winning at the One Show, the Clio Awards, and twice at the London International Awards, this was the fifth price for Emotional Cities. I hope that the project is as interesting as an art project!


Even more awards!

Tuesday, November 11th, 2008

Emotional Cities won both a gold and a silver at the London International Awards yesterday! The project had already won a silver pen at the One Show, New York, a bronze at the Clio Awards, Miami Beach, and a special mention at the Webby Awards, New York.

…and again!

Sunday, May 18th, 2008

Last night Emotional Cities won another award - this time a bronze statue at the Clio Awards in Miami Beach.

Emotional Cities awarded…

Tuesday, May 13th, 2008

It has finally been verified that Emotional Cities won a silver pencil at the One Show in New York City last Friday!

Emotional Cities nominated for awards

Friday, May 9th, 2008

Farfar, the advertising agency that helped building this website, was so pleased with the project, that they decided to apply for various awards. Emotional Cities has now been nominated for awards at both the Clio Awards and the One Show.

At the One Show, Emotional Cities is nominated in the category “Interactive - Public Service/Cultural/Educational: Microsites”. The winner will be announced later today at the One Show Festival in New York City. Here you can read what the Swedish magazine Resumé writes about the nominations.

At the Clio Awards, Emotional Cities is nominated in the category “Interactive - Innovative use of technology”. On May 17 the winner will be announced at the Clio Festival in Miami Beach, Florida.

At the Webby Awards in New York City, a “leading international award honoring excellence on the Internet”, Emotional Cities was selected as a Webby Honoree (a special mention), in the category “Netart”.

Emotional Cities also competes in Cannes Lions, a festival held in mid-June.