An interview with Sir John Hegarty
Advertising legend Sir John Hegarty gives his views on creative inspiration and life in the ad world in a new film created by Arjowiggins and D&AD...
The film is one of a series of interviews in The Blank Sheet Project, an initiative by Arjowiggins Creative Papers in collaboration with D&AD. The interviews are all with key figures in the creative industries, who discuss the importance of creative excellence to their work, and how they approach the dreaded blank piece of paper at the start of every project. Hegarty's interview is shown below, and he also gives his views on the current state of the ad industry, which are at times damning...
There will be four interviews in total in the project, and Hegarty's is the second. The first, with Neville Brody, was released in May this year. The first of four chapters in the Brody interview is below. To view the rest, visit theblanksheetproject.com.
There will be interviews with two further creatives released next year. Visit The Blank Sheet Project website for more details.
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Why is the sound so poor on both these videos?!
watching directly from this link on iPad, sound is no problem... FYI
does the guy interviewing Neville Brody, have any lenses in those thick rimmed black glasses, he briefly appears with?
the irony of the statement by Hegarty that Youtube has been done so why watch it… umm, i have to so that i can watch this interview! why not use Vimeo?
The sounds not so good, the lighting's poor, YouTube or Vimeo etc. let's just focus on the content as these interviews capture where we are at this moment. Maybe we should watch this footage again and again....
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