The Cogency wins Best in Book at the Creative Review Annual 2019

14.05.19

We were delighted to win Best in Book, for the second time, at the Creative Review Annual 2019 for our work on Danny Boyle’s Pages Of The Sea. Commissioned by 14-18 NOW, the events saw tens of thousands gather on 32 beaches across the UK to say thank you and goodbye to those who left their shores during the First World War.

Cathy picked up the award on our behalf at a ceremony on 8 May joined by Kathryn & Selina, Phil Wilce from Th_nk and Koo & Lauren from designers The Unloved.

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