even whit the knowledge Ford had never approved it and never meant to put it out, it’s wrong. So wrong on so many levels
I remember being irked by that ford advert when I first saw it.
Aura Wilming

As a former agency person, another thing to be disturbed about is the dozens (if not hundreds) of hours creative and AEs put into poring over and refining every minuscule detail. Many people had to stare at that image for hours as part of their job no matter how offensive or degrading (or triggering) the image was.

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