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May 2010
Killed Microsoft campaign

These were for posters and ads mainly to be used for a international Microsoft anti-piracy campaign, mainly in China and Russia. The ad agency thought my textures would appeal to that audience (basically potential chinese and russian illegal software purchasers) Don't know if I should be proud of that though.
Well apparently it didn't appeal to them, because it got killed in the end.

Or perhaps someone at Microsoft read Chris Anderson's book "Free: The Future of a Radical Price"
where he argues that piracy is free publicity and enough pirates eventually become customers to make it a net positive.

Here's a link to the book, but don't buy it, just snag a pirated version somewhere, I'm sure the author won't mind ; )
Some alternate compositions.

And the color options I sent them.
When a Newborn Can't Hear
In today's NY Times Health Section, for a story on hearing loss in infants. AD was Peter Morance.
It ended up running in black and white, so I thought I'd give the color version some air.
I was lucky my favorite idea got picked, thanks Peter!
Here's the version that ran. Maybe it was better in B&W after all?
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