Ogilvy Adopts Do's `Chicken Scratch'

McCarthy, Michael; Buyikian, Teresa
August 1999
Adweek Western Edition;08/30/99, Vol. 49 Issue 35, p38
Trade Publication
Details the corporate identity of Ogilvy & Mather. How the company commemorates David Ogilvy; Corporate items where the signature of Ogilvy can be seen; Comments from Rick Boyko, advertising agency leader; Views of Ross Sutherland, creative director.


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