Author Archives: David Wojdyla

About David Wojdyla

In 1999, he founded “&WOJDYLA,” the first ad agency to put clients first. Building on success, Mr. Wojdyla co-founded “(and)VERTISING INC®,” a seamless marketing agency with a knack for making complicated subjects simple.

Everybody in advertising should watch this

I bought the DVD for $15. But now someone told me you can watch it free on Vimeo. So please do.

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Leo Burnett’s Mentor

For as long as I can remember, I’ve been a fan of Leo Burnett. And although I never met him, he’s been a mentor to me. I’m serious. (Read Leo Burnett, Star Reacher by Joan Kufrin and you’ll be inspired, … Continue reading

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Hot off the press

If you saw last year’s invitation, you know why I proofread this six times before it went to the printer.

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My LinkedIn Connection, Larry H.

As an art director, I’ve worked with a lot of photographers. Recently, I met a new one through LinkedIn. His name is Larry Huene and here’s the first job we did together. Not only did Larry shoot this nostalgic still life, he … Continue reading

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BOZELL, NYC (1990)

To help build camaraderie across all departments, Chuck Peebler, agency CEO, funded a video with virtually everyone in it. To view it, CLICK HERE. CREATIVE CREDITS CD: Jay Schulberg Copywriter: Jimmy Cohen Art Director: Rick Paynter Director: Julius Weil Video: Karl … Continue reading

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Before the buzzword existed, he was Mr. “Media-Neutral”

During his career, Nick worked on the agency side (DDB Needham, Burnett), the client side (7-Up, Kmart), and the media side (Focus Media, Optimedia). He truly was a 360° guy. Teresa Luciano wants Chicago’s marketing community to know Nick loved … Continue reading

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Milk mustache creator’s digital advertising advice

Mr. Schulberg finished his thought by adding, “Without unexpected, brilliant creativity, your message – no matter where it’s placed – will pass like a ship in the night.”

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