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    Ohrbachs - I Found Out About Joan

    • Atsushi Temporin

      I found out about Joan. "The New York Times" 1958, Ohrbach's Copywriter: Bill Bernbach, Judy Protas Designer: Bob Gage Photographer: Wingate Paine, Walter Chandoha

    • Jean Thobaben

      DDB - Bob Gage (art director) Bill Bernbach and Judy Protas (writers) Ohrbach's AD, 1958. Bill Bernbach and his colleagues evolved a visual/verbal syntax through which word and image were fused into a conceptual expression of an idea so that they become completely interdependent.

    • Suki Luke

      "Ohrbachs - I Found Out About Joan" - Cut price fashion – sold with humour and panache. Shock, horror – she looks so smart yet she shops at Orbachs? - Photograph: Elwin Street Productions © 2011 The Real Mad Men

    • philip read

      Cats in Photography and Advertising: Ohrbach's, 34th Street opposite Empire State Building.

    • B ArtDirection

      THE MOST IMPORTANT AD OF ALL TIME? Yes, according to Keith Reinhard, Chairman of DDB Worldwide. When Volkswagon decided to introduce the Beetle to the US market, they didn't conduct the usual agent search and review. Instead, they simply said, 'We want the agency that does Orbach's ads.' The writer of those ads was Phyllis Robinson, hired by Bill Bernbach as a copywriter and founding member of DDB. As Reinhard says : "Thanks to Phyllis, the creative revolution was born."

    • Mary Josey

      Ad for Orhbach's. It creates a wonderful story and the voice is engaging. DDB.

    • Marimonte

      "Ohrbach's - I Found Out About Joan" - Vintage advertisement (50's-60's)

    • Kitty Plechaty

      I found out about Joan Ohrbach's ad 1958 Photographed by Walter Chandoha

    • Girlography

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