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Know My Name wins outdoor award for Cactus/oOh!

Cactus Imaging and oOh!media’s ‘Know My Name’ campaign for The National Gallery - aimed at increasing the representation of women artists - was awarded Best Use of Multi-Format by the Outdoor Media Association (OMA) in its Q2 2020 Creative Collection competition. The Grand Prix and Best Use of Digital award went to JCDecaux Content and Broadsheet Media.

    oOh!media and the NGA launch Know My Name

The campaign for The National Gallery of Australia brought the work of 45 Australian female artists from the gallery’s collection to the street. As part of the campaign, the NGA acknowledged that only 25% of the Australian art collection is by women.

Creative Collection quarter two 2020 attracted 19 submissions from OMA members including Bishopp Outdoor Advertising, JCDecaux, oOh!media, and QMS Media. Campaigns are judged across the following categories: Big, Bold, and Bright; Best Use of Multi-Format; Best Use of Digital; and Innovation in Out of Home. 


Q2 Grand Prix and Best Use of Digital 


Campaign: Restaurant Live Lists

Advertiser: JCDecaux Content x Broadsheet Media

Creative agency: JCDecaux x Broadsheet

Media agency: Direct

Printer: N/A


Big, Bold, and Bright 


Campaign: Binge – Feel a binge coming on?

Advertiser: Streamotion Binge

Creative agency: The Hallway

Media agency: Havas Media + QMS Media

Printer: N/A


Big, Bold, and Bright – Honourable Mention 


Campaign: Summer 2019/20

Advertiser: Bundaberg Brewed Drinks

Creative agency: In House

Media agency: Carat Brisbane

Printer: N/A


Best Use of Multi-Format 

Campaign:oOh!media and the NGA launch the nation’s largest art event

Advertiser: National Gallery of Australia     

Creative agency: N/A

Media agency: oOh!media

Printer: Cactus Imaging


Innovation in Out of Home 


Campaign: Menulog LAM & Brand

Advertiser: Menulog

Creative agency: UM (NSW)

Media agency: UM (NSW)

Printer: N/A

“The OMA’s quarter two 2020 Creative Collection showcased two distinct campaign styles,” said OMA CEO Charmaine Moldrich. “This led to a robust debate over the value of platitudes versus classic branding. The winning campaigns reflect the judges’ opinion that being true to your brand is key, and that brands that make a difference in times like this must go beyond the clichés. This was particularly true of Broadsheet’s Restaurant Live Lists which won the quarter two Grand Prix, for its consistent branding while making a difference to independent restaurants by promoting their menus to diners.

“I was drawn to the National Gallery of Australia’s Know My Name campaign which brought female Australian artists from the gallery’s collection to the street. Using digital signs the campaign featured the work of 45 artists.”

Guest judges included: Oliver Newton, GM Sales, JCDecaux; Thomas Tearle, GM, Isobar; Russ Tucker, executive creative director, TBWA Sydney; Elly Whitehouse, senior graphic designer, Bishopp Outdoor Advertising

“The winning campaigns this quarter delivered direct brand messaging in iconic creative,” said Tearle. “The Bundaberg ginger beer campaign was a classic brand advertisement which speaks to all Australians. Bundaberg is a great company which continues to create classic identifiable campaigns.”

Tucker said: “Every brand has come out with a COVID 'reassurance' campaign in these 'unprecedented times'. The refreshing creative media approach from Broadsheet, directs customers to empty tables in struggling restaurants with location specific digital Outdoor. Creatively executed to feel like a live listing while avoiding COVID clichés.”

Whitehouse was impressed with the Foxtel Binge campaign. “Outdoor has a way to catch your eye and never let go. Foxtel Binge delivered a campaign that made me want to learn more, it was bright, eye catching and colourful, everything you want to make your service stand out.”

“I want a campaign to draw me in and keep me there,” said Newton. “Menulog did just that, using humour so delightfully, in a way to engage with out and about commuters to re-enforce the current ‘new normal’. I loved that they used food they deliver to measure physical distancing while maintaining their distinctive branding.”

Moldrich added: “The judges were treated to a great selection of work in quarter two, when Out of Home advertising took a back seat. What was wonderful to see was work that was clear, simple and purposeful; engaging audiences using brand, humour and wit – all the things OOH advertising can bring to the fore in any campaign.”