Apologies for the wait since the last episode. I’ve been busy.
Anyway, this one’s a corker.
Ian Reichenthal is the one US creative I really wanted to speak to.
This is because he’s been involved with most of my favourite ads of the century so far. Here are just a few (the rest can be found here):
So if you want to find out how and why they were made, have a listen.
We also discuss life at Cliff Freeman, W&K, TBWA NY and Barton F. Graff, all at their absolute peaks.
So grab a cup of tea, hear Ian’s words of wisdom, watch all those crackers again, then tear your hair out because you might have done one stone cold classic, but you definitely didn’t get into double figures. AND he’s a jolly nice chap!
Take the National Express when your life’s in a mess. It’ll make you smile. All human life is the weekend.
Describe your worst drunk experience in six words (thanks, J).
Honest trailers: every Wes Anderson movie (thanks, B):
Gold… Always believe in your soul. You’ve got the power to know you’re indestructible, always believe in the weekend.
very cool tape art:
The best wood joints ever:
The cool sounds of skating on thin ice (thanks, T):
Bird’s eye view of geese (thanks, T):
Incredible miniature airport (thanks, T):