Creative Fugitives | Print Retrospective
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THE STORY OF MY AD LIFE AS AN AUDIO PODCAST

 

I have a few highlights to my career in advertising: The first was being put on double secret probation, and telling everyone about it. I was shortly let go afterwards, not because my work wasn’t good, but that I was a non-conformist.

The 2nd highlight was during my days at Leo Burnett, when other fellow creative’s would swing by my small cubicle and check out the nonsense I would hang on my wall, like all the parking tickets I got that wouldn’t pay, or the petition to the Chicago Reader to run my “I’m not picky” personal ad.

And there’s this – If there was ever an retrospective of my advertising work displayed at a museum, it would need its own audio tour.  So maybe I never that museum invitation, but I do have the audio tour here, which would probably be called a podcast by today’s media world.

PT. 1 – TRUTH @ 14,000 FT.

PT. 2 – LOVE AND THE FUGITIVE VAMPIRE SLAYER

PT.3 – ABANDONMENT

PT.4 – HIDING OUT AT A MONKEY ZOO

PT.5 – A WOMAN WITH A HIDDEN AGENDA

FIN – A PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG ARTIST

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