Dave Trott is the author of Creative Mischief and Predatory Thinking and founded four award-winning ad agencies. Born in east London, he went to art school in New York on a Rockefeller Scholarship. From there he began an illustrious career in advertising, as part of the creative team behind 'Hello Tosh Gotta Toshiba', 'Aristonandonandon', the Cadbury Flake ads and many, many more. Dave's agency - Gold Greenlees Trott - was voted Agency of the Year by Campaign magazine, and Most Creative Agency in the World by Ad Age in New York. In 2004 he was given the D&AD President's Award for lifetime achievement in advertising.
RT @lumatheodoro: Here you have a panel of clocks, which together form a clock https://t.co/pHEe8AXIuS
by @davetrott - 12 hours ago
RT @johnpatricwoods: @davetrott 'Bright boys in Detroit 'knew' that what the public wanted was big cars & all that jap stuff was a fad.'
by @davetrott - 13 hours ago
RT @rshotton: Great re-writing of classic taglines into vacuous modern corporate speak by @Dr_Draper https://t.co/9JDXky2ha6
by @davetrott - 16 hours ago
RT @davidslocum: The Power of Ignorance to Drive Action: Terrific @davetrott view on #confidence and lack of knowledge https://t.co/yBAxluw…
by @davetrott - 18 hours ago
@gutowski_bob @IndivisibleMich I think you've got the wrong Dave Trott, I think you want the American politician
by @davetrott - 19 hours ago
THE ACADEMIE DES ADVERTISING - 5 days ago
In 1863, the superstars of French painting were: Adolph Bouguereau, Paul Delariche, Alexander Cabanel, Jean-Louise-Ernest Meissonier, and Lawrence Alma-Tadema. They were going to be the artists who would be remembered in 100 years’ time. The artists who would … Continue reading →
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