Day of the dead

Goldman, Debra
December 1997
Adweek Eastern Edition;12/1/1997, Vol. 38 Issue 48, p60
Focuses on `Think Different' survey campaign by Apple company about the resurrection for the dead heroes of the 20th century. Implication made by commemorating the advertising companies; Artist and political heroes of the media industry.


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