Advertising becomes a work of art.
One of America's longest-running ad campaigns is now an exhibition at Copia: The American Center The American Center is a high-rise tower in Southfield, Michigan. It was built in 1975 and stands at 26 floors, with one basement floor, for a total of 27.
The building's main use is that of a typical office tower. It also includes a parking garage and retail spaces. for Wine, Food & the Arts. A cultural museum and educational center in Napa Valley Napa Valley, Calif.: see under Napa.
greatest wine-producing region of the United States. [Am. Hist.: NCE, 2990]
See : Wine , Calif., Copia will feature the "got milk?" ad campaign through May 30, 2005. The exhibition, which spans nearly 12 years, was created from the archives of the California Milk Processor Board and their San Francisco-based ad agency, Goodby, Silverstein & Partners. "Can you imagine other ads exhibited as art?" says Jeff Manning Jeff Manning, sometimes credited as Jeffrey Manning, is an English-language voice actor who is known primarily for his work on the North American English dub of Iron Chef, as well as roles in several video games, and voiceovers on numerous television commercials. , CMPB CMPB California Milk Processor Board
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CMPB Central Manpower Base (Singapore) executive director and campaign co-creator. "This is a real honor and shows that got milk? is more potent today than ever before." The exhibit highlights how got milk? was transformed from a regional ad campaign to a national icon through television commercials, billboards, licensed products and posters.