Remember those great Volkswagen ads?

Remember those great Volkswagen ads?
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  • 1858946344
  • 9781858946344
by Alfredo Marcantonio, David Abbott and John O'Driscoll The revolutionary Volkswagen... more
Remember those great Volkswagen ads?

by Alfredo Marcantonio, David Abbott and John O'Driscoll

The revolutionary Volkswagen advertising campaign of the 1960s and 70s is universally acknowledged to be the greatest and most influential ever created and was acclaimed as 'the campaign of the century' in the Millennium editions of Time magazine and the US ad industry bible Advertising Age. Remember those great Volkswagen ads? is the only comprehensive review of this definitive ad campaign. It features a brief history of the iconic Volkswagen Beetle, followed by an account of the birth of the campaign at US ad agency Doyle Dane Bernbach (DDB). This much enlarged and updated edition is illustrated with over 450 reproductions of press advertisements and TV commercial storyboards primarily featuring the VW Beetle, but also the Van, Bus and Camper and finally the VW Fastback and Squareback vehicles. Also included is a new section devoted to the billboards created by DDB in Los Angeles, as well as some of the ads created by their offices in Europe. The book is the result of years of research and numerous face-to-face meetings between the internationally renowned authors and DDB and Volkswagen executives around the world.

  • A comprehensive account of the most influential campaign in the history of advertising
  • Authoritatively compiled by three internationally renowned, award-winning advertising practitioners
  • Revised edition featuring over 450 reproductions of original press advertisements, TV commercials and billboards
  • A "must-have" for advertising, marketing and graphic design students and practitioners, and an entertaining read for fans of the VW Beetle and Camper

Buch, Hardcover, 22 x 28 cm, 364 Seiten, 450 farbige Abbildungen, englischer Text