Know how to hide your sources.

23 Jul

Albert Einstein once said, “The secret to creativity is knowing how to hide your sources.”

Let’s not confess to anything we needn’t here – but it’s kind of true.

After sharing Tim Burton’s Vincent on this blog only a week ago, I enjoyed a private chuckle at the latest offering from Panasonic.

While it’s original enough to stand on its own as a piece of creative, I’d be awfully surprised if this didn’t form the basis for the presentation to client.

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