Sydney, Australia (PRWEB) June 07, 2012
“Sometimes 140 characters just isn't enough. Eric the Circle provides a common language for people to share their thoughts and ideas. It's kind of like 'visual tweeting' for the age of social creativity.”
For anyone not mixing in advertising ‘circles’ or living under a rock, George Lois is a bona fide creative legend. George has been described as the original Mad Man, Mr Big Idea, the agent provocateur who triggered the creative revolution of the 1960s. He’s an advertising superhero who has unleashed his powers to do everything from selling products to busting through sexist and racist barriers. He’s met Muhammad Ali, helped to free the Hurricane and had Andy Warhol request his ‘art’.
George is now turning his creative scope onto Eric the Circle, the world’s draw it yourself cartoon. The Eric the Circle community, who have already created over 10,000 unique cartoons, now face their toughest critic, as George will deliver his point-of-view on whether any of them have ‘got talent’.
George’s recent best selling book, “Damn good advice (for people with talent)” is the inspiration for the competition theme, ‘Advice Eric the Circle wished he’d received’. So will the creativity of the crowd prevail or will Madison Avenue’s ‘enfant terrible’ be judge, jury and executioner. This is a rallying call for creative talent everywhere to help Eric the Circle take his place on the world stage next to Garfield, Peanuts, Far Side and Calvin and Hobbes.
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