Leo Burnett NY Adopts a Giant Pencil

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Last October, we gave you a tour of Leo Burnett’s New York digs. Their office is a bright, open space, with walls adorned by a cigarette-smoking buck and a sparrow with antlers. Now, they welcome a nine-foot tall pencil (Leo Burnett’s logo) made of 6,325 recycled computer keys from around the agency network. In great meta fashion, the larger image features inspirational messages in the keys. For a company that’s all about big messages, this new writing utensil is a fitting office symbol.

[via Ads of the World]


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Twila (not verified)

I never had a doubt in my mind that New York is one of the greatest cities in the world if not the greatest. The amount of interesting things per square meter is overwhelming. It's one of the reasons why I plan to Escape to New York for the summer, I need this experience.

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