Ogilvy Chicago: David Ogilvy Push Pin Portrait

Sharply drawn.

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Ogilvy Chicago loves pushpins, often using it to display new work, but art director Brian Thibodeau and copywriter Bill Wanek recreated the image of their founder in red, yellow, blue, black and white pins. Everybody chipped in and 33,000 pushpins were used. We have one question: Can we get pictures of everyone's fingers after it was completed?

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Credits
Date
Jan 12, 2012
Client:
Ogilvy Chicago
Music Composer:
Emoto
Sonic:
Dean Hovey
Concept:
Bill Wanek
Concept:
Brian Thibodeau
Category
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