It is my wish that everyone has a moment such as this in their life. I am lucky to have had several of them. There is nothing like it; I want more. Not just for me. But for you. My students. Circle Advertising. Class of 2013. “Panther Bliss“ A step above the madness.
Thank you, Steve Jobs, for giving me the tools and the possibility to create strategic art.
On Thursday afternoon as I was teaching Principles of Advertising in the haunted classroom of Marion Knott Studios a familiar face appeared unexpectedly but cheerfully in the long vertical window next to the door in the back of the room. It was not an apparition. It was a creative type. Myles
In the first week of the semester of Principles of Advertising (#PrincAd) students are assigned to represent an advertising agency. As members of this mock agency they will complete various advertising projects together throughout the semester, culminating in their presentation of a book and 20-minute pitch during the final exam. Between two sections of #PrincAd
It’s a new world order. Women are taking over. Blondes are leading the way. Maybe it has something to do with Hillary Clinton’s aspirational, credible turn as Secretary of State. Maybe after a generation of “dumb blonde” jokes symptomatic of oppression and dismissiveness by white, male, cigar chomping capitalists the blondies reached deep within to
He is one of the more enduring characters in the Epic Showdown, otherwise known as District 15 of the American Advertising Federation’s National Student Advertising Competition. Chuck is an enchanting, unifying kind of guy.
Would you be surprised to see this at Hogwarts?