A phone call has confirmed that Carmichael Lynch CD (well, now GCD/AD apparently) Brock Davis, who designed the cover of the Oct. 10 issue of TIME, is “no longer” with the Minneapolis-based agency. The PR folks were mum, but sources tell us that Davis resigned yesterday for “reasons still unknown.” No word on where he’s headed to, but interestingly enough, his brother Justin Davis is also out at Carmichael Lynch. As for Brock, the creative spent nearly nine years at CM and before that, worked at the likes of Twin Cities shops Martin Williams and PMH.
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