This series of creative brings ad intimacy to a whole new level. It acts as a sly demonstration of intelligent minds gone commercial, a nod backward to the past and its influences on our tastes, and to our cultural present.
Fucking awesome work. I love seeing pop appropriations like this.
Ad slave, wordsmith + co-founder of Hurrah and AdVerve (podcast and blog). Bay Area native, Parisian expat. My mission: Cross-pollinating ideas, culture + approaches on both sides of the Atlantic. Also, surviving immigration.
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