JDO accepts high honors for ale designs


Lee Gluckman of Mobius with Ray Smith, JDO Creative Director; Philip Stevenson, Client Business Director; Daniel Bowstead, Designer; James Davies, Production Director (kneeling) Photos: Courtesy of JDO

JDO Brand & Design, Tunbridge Wells, UK, hosted a visit from Lee Gluckman of Mobius


(From left) JDO’s Ben Oates, Executive Creative Director; Daniel Bowstead, Designer; Gabby Lawlor, Account Manager; Ray Smith, Creative Director

Awards. Lee delivered two First Place statuettes for winning designs related to ales.

“JDO Launches Beau Nash for the Dandy Within” won First Place and Best of Show in Package Design. “JDP Launches New Shepherd Neame Corporate Identity” won First Place and was nominated for Best of Show in Brand Identity.

JDO was both entrant and advertiser for “Beau Nash.” The agency’s objective was to create a custom ale brand with a bottle that displayed the design team’s knowledge of the beer sector. It partnered with microbrewery Moodley’s in Kent to produce the ale. JDO redesigned the branding for Shepherd Neame brewery, which was founded in 1698 in Faversham, Kent, and owns beer brands such as Spitfire, Whitstable Bay and Bishop’s Finger.





About mobiusawards

Mobius Awards, established in 1971, is one of the world’s oldest independent international advertising competitions. Each year, the competition recognizes outstanding work in Brochure/Book, Cinema-In-flight, Direct, Mixed Media Campaign, New Media, Online, Outdoor, Package Design, Photography, Point-of-Purchase, Print, Radio, Television, and Student.
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