Nathan Archambault

Creative Director. Copywriter. Author.

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A bunch of old print that’s fit to print.


When Absolut changed their campaign for the first time in 20 years, I helped them do it. This ad was placed on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, telling everyone that "in an Absolut world" there'd be a convenient subway running down 2nd Avenue. A few years after this ad ran, the city built one. Coincidence? Completely.

"Whoever came up with the ad campaign knows how to touch any New Yorker's heart." – Jamie J. Hagen, Flickr


Clinton Library

Bill was a down-to-earth guy. So to get more people to visit his Presidential Library in Little Rock, we made honest ads about his legacy.


Rubbermaid FastTrack

Never underestimate the power of a man's garage. These ads give your favorite room the recognition it deserves. FastTrack is an easy-to-install rail system that organizes your favorite room. These ads treat the garage like the