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Adventures in Marketing

Behind every great car is great architecture, apparently, a marketing phenomenon that Architizer explores today. Take the '59 Ford ad featuring Rudy Hermes' prefab designs: the "homes are shown set against caves, hot springs, and rocky cliffs—Ford’s way of telling the consumer that mass-manufactured objects can be part of a groovy, individualized lifestyle, man." [Architizer]