Apple, the Levis Twist advert, and the Chemical Brothers' Star Guitar music video were among the winners at last night's Design and Art Direction awards, held in London. Presented by Stephen Fry, the show organizers -- the British Design and Art Direction -- handed out three Gold Awards and 38 Silver Awards. Apple CEO Steve Jobs flew in to collect Apple's Gold Award -- presented to the company for its iPod MP3 music player. The company also picked up two Silver Awards for its iBook and Titanium powerBook G4. The products won due to their "emotion ergonomics -- styling, technology, and form," according to the D&AD jury. The winners were chosen from over 18,500 submissions, with work submitted from 50 countries. Bartle Bogle Hegarty and Gorgeous won a Gold Award for the direction of the Levis Twist television advert -- which featured jean-clad models twisting parts of their bodies as their stopped at a roadside service station. Michael Gondry at Partizan won the final Gold Award for the Chemical Brothers' Star Guitar video. Silver Award winners included Club 18-30, the Multiple Sclerosis Society, Channel 4, and Paul Smith.