4 Top Creatives on the Ads That Influenced Them


In our new series, we hear from Omid Farhang, Pum Lefebure, Walter Geer and Gerry Graf

We’re doing something a little different on Tagline this week. Instead of speaking with people about the ads they’ve made, we’re asking them about the ads they love. We have stories from four top creatives today—Omid Farhang, Pum Lefebure, Walter Geer and Gerry Graf—about advertising that deeply influenced them. We hear about old ads, new ads, even some ads that made them want to work in advertising in the first place.

This article first appeared in musebycl.io

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About Author

Tim Nudd

Tim Nudd is a writer covering creativity in business. Since 2018 he has been editor in chief of the Clio Awards, leading all content initiatives for the venerable awards company. Shortly after joining Clio, he launched Muse by Clio, a website and daily newsletter of original stories and guest essays exploring the best in creativity from the advertising world and beyond. Prior to Clio, he was creative editor at Adweek for eight years. He lives outside Portland, Maine.

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