It’s been a while since we’ve checked in with the 30-and-under global creative battle that is Young Glory. Well, season two is now in the books and just like last time, there are two creative teams–one professional, one student–that the YG folks have crowned the most consistent throughout the eight-month battle. The Australian duo of Tristan Viney and Kieran Adams –aka Invisible Pants–took home professional Young Glory honors, which this year were determined by judges including ex-W+K adman Jim Riswold, now-former CP+B ECD Tom Markham and TBWA worldwide digital CD, David Lee.
You can click through the image above for a visual narrative of the YG2 professional battle, which also included submissions from TracyLocke (which took 2nd place), Tribal DDB and BBDO creatives. Below and after the jump are a couple of examples of Invisible Pants’ work throughout YG2 and a full rundown of the competition, in both pro and student categories, can be seen here.
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