Agency Creatives Channel Warhol, Basquiat and Frida Kahlo in AICP's Absurd Call for Entries

Winners will live forever in MoMA's film archive

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The art world superstars of decades past were much like today’s top ad agency creative directors: insecure, megalomaniacal personalities driven by an incessant desire for the approval they never received as children.

Or so we hear.

However true that stereotype may or may not be, three top creatives put it to great use in the Association of Independent Commercial Producers’ latest call-for-entries film.

Seems that winning an AICP award and having one’s work added to the The Museum of Modern Art’s Department of Film archive might lead to rampant delusions of grandeur.



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