George Tannenbaum on the future of advertising,
the decline of the English Language and other frivolities. 100% jargon free.
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You do know how to find the gems, Geo.I took a History of War Correspondence course eons ago, and it was amazing to see what journalists and photographers did to get their stories told.Ironically, our class book was called "The First Casualty of War." Turns out it was truth.
I read about this recently.It's an amazing collection of history.
Ah, thanks, George. That's a neat article, and the photos are so poignant. Loved it.Regards,Kelly
yes, it's artful photography. Which is what makes it so powerful. Art has often all through history depicted the reality in ways that made us understand what was real. There's "art for art's sake". Which I admit to admire. Especially as a contrast to all bullcrap in our industry. And there's art as a magnifying glass, and amplifier, an interpreter, an eye-opener. You're right, George, as you so often are. Love your blog.
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