December 1999
Advertising Age;12/20/1999, Vol. 70 Issue 52, p46
Trade Publication
This section presents two print advertisements. Ebonite's limited-edition "fun ball"--the Skull Ball--was advertised in bowling enthusiast magazines. The ball also appeared in the film "Mystery Men." Doe-Anderson created the advertisement. The board from Campbell-Ewald, Warren, Michigan, is a 60-foot-tall version of a magazine advertisement for the Chevrolet of General Motors Corp. Annie Leibovitz shot the photograph of a man and his Chevy truck and his child.


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