Author: Michael Burns
Author: Advertising agency displays inimitable artwork for Johnnie Walker, Shredded Wheat, Great Western Trains and Daimler
The prints on display include adverts Heath Robinson created in the 1920s and 30s for current McCann clients including Great Western Trains, Shredded Wheat and Daimler, the original occupants of the building.
Also on show are series of original pieces from the artist's 1936 book ‘How To Live In A Flat’ poking fun at the architecture of his day – with this in mind McCann London has constructed the balloon washing-lines seen on the book cover in its atrium.
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