The San Francisco Examiner: The Addiction of Selling

Full-page house ads and rack cards hyping the classifieds in The Examiner take a rather grim look at what might be called the comedy of loss. "The thinking behind this is 'selling addictions,' " says Maiden Lane writer J

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Full-page house ads and rack cards hyping the classifieds in The Examiner take a rather grim look at what might be called the comedy of loss. "The thinking behind this is 'selling addictions,' " says Maiden Lane writer Jenn Hertzig. "With The Examiner, you can sell stuff for free, so you'll become addicted to it. We tried to come up with the most extreme selling ideas possible
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Date
Jul 31, 2006
Photographer:
Paul Piebinga
Photographer:
Nicola Stratford
Photographer:
Sylvia Boratti
Photographer:
Alex Hinds
Art Director:
Lipsio Carvalho
Copywriter:
Jenn Hertzig
Creative Director:
John Maxham
Client:
The San Francisco Examiner
Agency:
Maiden Lane
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