Lurzer's Archive: Crap Covers - Account Man Monthly

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Lurzer's Archive claims to be the most stolen magazine on the planet. So Leo Burnett creative Ben Gough came up with a way to disguise the design and ad archive - with 'crap covers'. With the help of photographer Fern Berresford, art director Mark Denton and a team of fellow creatives, he created 'Bucket Collector', 'Doily News', 'De-worming World', 'Spreadsheet Enthusiast', and 'Cock Handler' - and of course, something that would be anathema to creatives, 'Account Man Monthly'.

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Date
Jun 06, 2012
Agency:
Leo Burnett
Client:
Lurzer's Archive
Writer:
Ben Gough
Photographer:
Fern Berresford
Art Director:
Mark Denton
Typographer/Designer:
Kate Henderson
Production:
Sara Cummins
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