Tag Archives: Graham Fink

Renaissance pioneer Graham Fink on creativity in lockdown

Here’s Graham Fink for the One Club For Creativity’s Creative Month explaining, from his lockdown cave, how he sees creativity. Fink, a multimedia artist as well as lauded ad creative (and good friend of MAA), praises the generalist over the ...

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Master of re-invention Graham Fink goes digital in Seattle

Graham Fink, one of the ad world’s most talented and awarded creatives, is joining Seattle-based digital strategy and design studio This Place as CCO. This Place was co-founded by current chief design officer Ben Aldred and numbers T-Mobile USA, Ahold ...

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Top creative Graham Fink to leave Ogilvy China

Graham Fink, who’s achieved pretty much everything a creative can do in a long career beginning at London’s fabled CDP (where he fibbed about his age to get in) is leaving Ogilvy China where he has headed the creative operation ...

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Ogilvy’s Graham Fink on six pioneering years in China

When Graham Fink (below), one of the best art directors to have worked in and led a number of London’s top agencies including CDP, Saatchi & Saatchi, GGT and M&C Saatchi, left to become CCO of Ogilvy China six years ...

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Ogilvy’s Graham Fink: my Top Tip for Cannes

Over the next few weeks we’ll be featuring various Top Tips for Cannes (June 18-25) from various advertising luminaries. Ogilvy China CCO Graham Fink (below), decisive as ever, has no doubts which ad he would choose. The best thing I’ve ...

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How Ogilvy’s Graham Fink draws with his eyes

Ogilvy China CCO Graham Fink is a man of many talents and he has a new one, drawing with his eyes. Here he is at the Riflemaker Gallery in London, staring intently at a blank computer screen. Out of nowhere, ...

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China’s top creatives pick their best ads of 2014

It’s quite hard to get a useful perspective on what’s happening in China’s version of adland – from here anyway – but the excellent Thoughtful China comes to our rescue, not for the first time. Here’s it’s rounded up a ...

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