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Why It's Still Fun to Work in Advertising, Even Without the Hookers and Coke AICP has something they can't take away

You yearn for the '60s and the Creative Revolution. You want to go back to the '80s and all those yachts, prostitutes and cocaine. Hell, you'd even settle for the 2000s, before Yahoo plastered its name on the Gutter Bar.

True, working in advertising isn't like it used to be. But in the videos below, created by VCU BrandCenter students for the AICP Awards, top creatives Gerry Graf, Tiffany Rolfe and Ted Royer reveal that there is a silver lining.

Could we at least ditch the open plan and go back to offices, though?

CREDITS
Client: AICP
Agency: VCU BrandCenter
Copywriter: Gabe Sherman
Art Directors: Steve Gonzalez, Rick Plautz
Creative Brand Manager: Jeff Tolefson
Creative Strategist: Araba Wilson

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Director: Stephen Pearson
Producer: Thomas O'Malley
Director of Photography: Vince Vinitti
Editor: Brett Mason

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