Tag Archives: Creativity

Mad Men tales – Roy Eaton, the first black adman on Madison Avenue

It shouldn’t have been surprising that Roy Eaton, a Korean War veteran who could double as copywriter and composer, got a job on Madison Avenue back in 1955. But Eaton was black and is believed to be the first African-American ...

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PABLO DEL CAMPO: Why creativity matters to Argentinian advertisers – and consumers

Pablo del Campo is CEO and executive creative director of award-winning Del Campo Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He’s the first of a number of distinguished columnists joining moreaboutadvertising and here he describes why creativity is blossoming ...

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Lolly and Nat win Creativity seal of global approval

Lolly and Nat, Lorelei Mathias and Nathalie Turton in real life, are a hyperactive Brand Republic blogging duo and, when they’re not doing that, a creative team at London agency Glue. They’ve just been included in Creativity’s list of creatives ...

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