Staff Reporters
Jun 22, 2011

David Ogilvy at 100: the print classics

GLOBAL - In celebration of 100 years of advertising legend David Ogilvy, Campaign has pulled together a selection of his most iconic press ads.

David Ogilvy at 100: the print classics

David Ogilvy formed the agency that still bears his name in New York in 1948, and went on to produce memorable work for clients such as Lever Brothers, General Foods, and American Express.

As a copywriter, Ogilvy was personally responsible for many of advertising’s most famously sophisticated campaigns. These include 'The man in the Hathaway Shirt', which introduced Baron George Wrangell with his aristocratic eye patch, and the series of advertisements for Schweppes featuring Commander Whitehead and the tagline 'The man from Schweppes is here'.


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