Shoe storm

The ads as they appear in the latest issue of Creative Review
It would appear that not all publicity is good publicity after a furore has broken out over the latest Dr Martens poster campaign by Saatchi & Saatchi, which features a selection of rock legends in heavenly poses wearing the boots. The campaign, originally approved to run as a one-off in Fact magazine, has caused heated blogging debate online and ultimately led to the shoe brand deciding to fire Saatchis. And Creative Review has inadvertently gotten caught up in the maelstrom by including the ads in our latest issue, after one of the creatives submitted the work…

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