Erich & Kallman, a new San Francisco-based advertising agency, is launching a new national advertising campaign for Chick-fil-A using famous historical figures to teach us that chicken for breakfast is not so crazy. It's a long way from those cows climbing on billboards everywhere. It's all TV and all odd, here's Michelangelo being "this guy". Just quirky enough to stick out pf the clutter but tame enough to not offend anyone.

“The campaign is a really fun way to go right at the inherent tension, as choosing chicken for breakfast isn’t an obvious option to many right now.” said Creative Director and agency co-founder Eric Kallman. “We’re thrilled to have the opportunity to work with Chick-fil-A on such a big campaign.”

dummy.  Harold Einstein director Eric Liney executive producer Jonathan Freeman director of photography Patrick Lumb production designer Arcade  Dave Anderson editor Laurel Smoliar asst editor Gavin Carroll senior producer CO3 Tim Masick senior color artist Rochelle Brown senior producer Ntropic Nathan Robinson ECD / Founder Steve Zourntos lead flame artist Matt Tremaglio flame artist Emily Avoujageli senior producer Yvonne Pon  assistants Gillen Burch assistants One Union Joaby Deal senior engineer Lauren Mask producer Erich & Kallman Eric Kallman creative director/co-founder Steve Erich managing director/co-founder Kate Higgins head of accounts Laura Ferguson executive producer Butter Music + Sound Andrew Sherman artist Max Schad artist Ryan Faucett senior producer
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