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19 September 2019Mad Men and the Artists-how the advertising industry has exploited fine art
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Mad Men and the Artists-how the advertising industry has exploited fine art Tony Rawlins Thursday 19 September 2019

Tony Rawlins started in 1965 as a mail boy in J.Walter Thompson, he produced many commercials and advertisements over a long period and he remains active in the industry.

How advertisments have been created and why Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael and Michelangelo have been a rich source for the advertising industry.