Last night’s Wrath of Cannes (www.wrathofcannes.com) event named a winner out of over 30 submissions. The team of judges (including Tony Hawk) narrowed down the entries to five finalists.
(From left to right) Harry Woods (Partner/Creative Director, WWD&S), Gill Witt (Partner/Creative Director, WWD&S), Derek Richardson (VP Birdhouse) Tony Hawk, Kiran Aditham (Editor, AgencySpy), Jaimie Muelhausen (Creative Director, Tony Hawk Inc), Phyllis Dealy (Partner/Director of Account Services, WWD&S). Center is the winner: Nikolaus Drellow
The big winner was Nikolaus Drellow from Atlanta, GA, who won over the judges with his idea for a smart phone game titled “Flip the F*ck Out.”
View his entry here:
Among other prizes, Drellow was awarded $1,500 cash, an internship with WWD&S, and most important, his named etched into the base of the infamous Grand Coney, a trophy of a man with his head up his ass.