The New Yorker
Bruce McCall has been a contributor for the New Yorker for the last 40 years. In this spectacular article, he talks through his career spanning the decades through the automotive advertising business. He started this career at Campbell Ewald under the guidance of David E. Davis, Jr. Pulling McCall from obscurity into the heart of automotive advertising in Detroit. Catch a glimpse into the workings of Campbell Ewald in the 1950s and enjoy the incredible artwork from Bruce.
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How had this come about? Because of a man named David E. Davis, Jr. It was David E. (nobody called him Dave) who plucked me from obscurity and brought me to Campbell Ewald, where he wrote ads and swanned around the executive suite. He was fast on his feet. He seemed to remember everything he’d ever read or heard.