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Director of Apple's '1984' & 'Think Different' campaigns retires from Apple's ad partner

AppleInsider Thursday, 14 February 2019
Lee Clow, the founder of Apple's main ad partner TBWAMedia Arts Lab, is retiring after spending a large part of his career working on Apple's most iconic campaigns including Think Different, Mac vs PC, and the 1984 Super Bowl commercial.
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