Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Real People Spots

Errol Morris, director of the Thin Blue Line, the Fog of War, and other excellent movies, as well as a prolific creator of advertisements for Miller High Life, Levis, and recent Democratic politicians has an article on the New York Times web site with analysis of "real people" advertisements for Presidential candidates going back to 1952.

The post includes links to each ad featured on the Museum of the Moving Image web site. This is phenomenally interesting. Read: People in the Middle

1 comment:

Benjamin Hussein Coonley said...

The MMI site is awesome. Unfortunately, Errol's new ads look and sound like iPhone spots. Enough with the white cyc already!