As a former copywriter wannabe, I still go weak at the knees for a good ad campaign, like this one for this year's Dutch Book Week. The event focuses on a different genre each year; this year it's the biography (auto or otherwise). So, appropriately, the print ads devised for DBW feature the subjects/authors behind some famous biographies, like Anne Frank above. And if you're thinking that's some pretty slick CGI they used, think again. Because those busts were actually made by hand. Out of books. More specifically, out of the actual book about the person featured.
I totally want to go to Dutch Book Week now.
There are two more ads in the series; click here to view them.
*Edit: Not quite as cool as originally thought - these are indeed CGI, but the pages you can see are actual text from the biography referenced in the ad. That's a great detail.