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Spread your Brexit agenda by plastering a completely legitimate Brexit 'fact' or promise on the side of a bus. The British people trust buses more than they do politicians and journalists.

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One day we’ll have hover cars, teleporters and laser-powered toasters. This is your chance to create that great, iconic ad for a future product years before it hits the market.

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Pick a party, any party and write the ad that will get them into power. Unless that party’s led by Jeb Bush. Seriously.

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How could you amend an existing ad to make it better? We’re looking for something a bit smarter than just drawing a cock on someone’s forehead.

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The ad industry has a terrible reputation for twisting the truth. Show the world some brutal honesty. Or can’t you handle the truth

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Right, Art Directors, ditch your Copywriter and show us how good you are without them.

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 You don’t need ads for fresh air, your kidneys or the Higgs Boson. But why should that stop you?

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You are the product. Do yourself justice. Simple as that.

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Lasers on the moon? A tattoo on a gallbladder? Graffiti on a private jet? Sometimes the media you choose is what makes the idea great. 

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If the bloody client didn't appreciate it, maybe our judges will. Or maybe they won't. But the only way you can tell is by sending it our way.

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Who is your dream client? What would you do for them if you had the chance? Send it to us. Then return to the miserable reality that you'd never get the chance to work for them anyway.

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Dig out those amazing ideas you've got tucked away in your bottom drawer and send them to us. Let the world appreciate what the client doesn't

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When most logos are just a font and a colour, there’s no lack of opportunity. Pick a corporate identity to improve. Or make up a company and show off your design licks.

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Fluffy and cute, large and ferocious or just ugly and wallowing in its own toilet - the world of nature offers us a world of creative possibilities. Show us.

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Pick anyone in the limelight and use them to sell a product. Anything's better than George Clooney drinking coffee.

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 For those who think that using a piece of technology is the same as having an idea, we're inviting you to come up with the most pointless and cliched digital boondoggle.

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Time for a bit of healthy satire. Take a famous ad and create a parody for us all to enjoy.

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Uh-oh. It's about to get real. Drop your taste-barrier and let your imagination go feral. We probably won't be able to show the best entries but we'll at least award the best ones.

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Copywriters, you don’t need that freeloading tosser. They’re not even that good at drawing anyway. Show us that you can do the whole job with just a few words.

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This is the very soul of the Chip Shop Awards. Have you managed to get your uncle’s plumbing business to say yes to an ad that a multinational would never be brave enough to run? C'mon! We want to see it

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Let’s go Lo-Fi. And old school. How creative can you be with the cheapest media space of all? This is a popular category! Let those creative juices flow.

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Can you help out a charity without showing sad children with flies in their eyes? Please do. Achieving that alone makes the world a slightly better place.

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Real brands hold their hands up, admit they’ve done wrong and hope a shiny ad will help the world forget all about their little mistake. Who do you think should apologise and what’s the best strategy?

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