The Immortal Awards is a global, free-to-enter advertising award for all Little Black Book’s members.
Launched in 2018 as a modern award for the new world of advertising, The Immortal Awards is simply about celebrating the best creative work in the world – with no confusing categories or chunky entrance fees.
Inspired by Sir John Hegarty’s belief that creative companies rarely create more than five genuinely award-worthy pieces per office a year, The Immortal Awards only allows entrants a maximum of five entries.
The limit ensures only the very best creative work is entered, creating a level playing field for all entrants and recognising the creative ideas – and the creative talent behind them – that will live forever.
Entry comes at no additional cost to our members because we understand the importance of awards in furthering the careers of creatives but recognise just how tough the industry is now, particularly financially. As long as your company or office is a member of Little Black Book, you’ll be able to enter the award show free of charge.
Whilst entering the awards is easy, winning an award is difficult - because that’s the way it should be. The world’s best advertising should be judged by the world’s best creatives, which is why we put together the strongest jury that we possibly can.
Our world-class jury is under no obligation to Immortalise entrants or award Commendation and Finalist status, so only the very best will be taking home a prize. We have no quotas to fill and there are no numbers games from our side, with just four projects taking home iconic Immortal awards in our debut year.
With every entry receiving a score from our jury, every entry really does count. The results power our League Table of Creativity, a transparent ranking of the world’s most creative companies within Little Black Book's members network. And the winning work is taken on a global roadshow for The Immortal Awards Showcase tour, bringing creative immortality to the world – from London and LA to New York and the Netherlands.
If you're not creating, you're dying.