Back in 2008, I did a post looking back at the surprising Braniff campaign
spearheaded by Mary Wells Lawrence (who would later go on to found ad agency Wells Rich Greene) featuring the "Air Strip" and "End of the Plain Plane" and TV commercials.
Recently, I stumbled on the 1966 print versions of those concepts, which, in many ways, seem just as fresh and innovative for airline advertising today as they did 45 years ago.
(Yes, yes, I know, if planes were ever flying that close together, you'd have a disaster on your hands, but still...)
Labels: Airline Ads, creative people, Creativity, The '60s