The winners of the 2016 Creative Circle Awards were announced last week at the Roundhouse in London.

The Creative Circle Awards reward those at the top of the industry, and encourage them to help those just starting out. The awards recognize and showcase work with great ideas, fresh thinking and honed craft, which is then leveraged to develop inspiring workshops, enlightening talks and new initiatives.

The event was  hosted by the Creative Circle’s longstanding collaborator and Mistress of Ceremonies, Edith Bowman. A total of 221 Gold, Silver, Bronze, and special awards were announced on a night that celebrated the very best work created in the UK over the past year.

WCRS’ ‘Look At Me’ campaign for Women’s Aid took home two Silvers for Best Image Manipulation and Best DOOH, as well as a Bronze for Best Digital Poster.

Our Royal Air-force ‘Glitch’ campaign, where we collaborated with renowned typographer Craig Ward and created attention grabbing typography-led art direction to deliver our message; won a Bronze for Best use of Digital Typography.

And finally our #MissingType campaign for NHS Blood and Transplant won Gold for Best Integrated Campaign.

Jeremy Green, CEO of Creative Circle, comments: “The Creative Circle strives to celebrate, champion and nurture British creativity, and tonight was a night to celebrate the very best work that our fantastic creative industry has created over the course of the past year. Congratulations to each and every award winner. We must now go on to nurture those watching from the balconies and continue to raise the bar of creative excellence.”