One of the most ambitious examples of how animation is used in advertising, Disney's studios during World War II also helmed one of the most ambitious branding campaigns in the 20th Century. Read the metrics and history on how Disney's Donald Duck cartoon, or more appropriately Propaganda Film, The New Spirt, inspired Americans to file their income tax.
The article, composed by Worker Studio's own Minister of Message & Propaganda, is published on The Agency Post:
We've been enjoying the 30 minute painting challenges that Worker's Chief Creative Officer, Barry Kooser takes on in the Facebook group, Daily Spitpaints. but this one holds a special place in our imagination. Today's theme was Pilot Ejection and Barry took inspiration from John Ross: American, a WWII photo-recon pilot of the Lockheed P-38 Lightning. John was shot down 3 times on the 96 missions he flew and survived every one. Worker Studio is developing an animated feature based on the life of John Ross.
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