Filmworkers helped Chicago agency DDB recapture the thrills experienced by visitors to Chicago’s 1893 World’s Fair in a new ad campaign for The Field Museum.
The campaign promotes the Museum’s current exhibit marking the 120th anniversary of the Fair and featuring artifacts from the landmark event. One spot offers an over-the-shoulder view of a boy riding the Fair’s famous Ferris wheel (designed by engineer George Ferris) and looking out across the Exposition grounds. “See what he saw!” exhorts the voiceover, “The wonders of the 1893 World’s Fair.”
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