While the interminable wait for the winner of the McCann push-pin contest continues, we might as well bring you this somewhat related clip that features several folks from Ogilvy’s Chicago office paying homage to their agency’s co-founder via, you guessed it, push-pins. According to the YouTube page, the David Ogilvy mural was concepted by art director Brian Thibodeau and copywriter Bill Wanek and took over 33,000 push-pins in five specific colors to be fleshed out. The end result is a rather sharp, touching tribute, we say.
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