My, where did the time go? To help celebrate 40 years of existence (well, 42 apparently if you want to get technical), TBWA enlisted the services of a chap who goes by the nom d’artiste, interestingly enough, of WK, who in turn interpreted the agency’s most notable work over the years on an 8ft x36ft canvas placed in an empty warehouse. The entire effort from WK and his two assistants was captured and edited into the short film you see above. We must say the end result is pretty eye-catching (the film’s not too shabby, either) and according to the “Forty” microsite, it now lives in TBWA’s New York office.
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