Wasteminster scores 2 Telly Awards

We're ecstatic to announce that Wasteminster, made for Greenpeace, has won two Telly Awards in the Online Commercials category: Gold for Use of 3D Animation and Silver for Social Impact.



The Telly Awards, founded in 1979, annually showcases the best work created within television and across video, for all screens. The Telly Awards receives over 12,000 entries across 5 continents, so to have been recognized is a huge honor. Thank you to our collaborators and team for their hard work.





Wasteminster is a uniquely original depiction of what would happen if the plastic waste the UK exports each day was instead dumped on Downing Street. Voiced by two of Britain’s best impressionists, Jon Culshaw and Matt Forde, the animation is intended to raise a smile at the impressions of Boris Johnson and Michael Gove, and raise awareness of the plastic pollution crisis the UK is creating overseas as well as putting pressure in the government.


More about Wasteminster: https://www.studiobirthplace.com/wasteminster