New book reveals Northern agencies’ horticultural horrors

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by Stephen Chapman

The dark secrets of poor plant management are being highlighted in a new book, created by freelance copywriter, Joe Coleman.

His work has taken him across the North of England, from TBWA to McCann, Elmwood, Brass and Music. On these journeys, he’s been armed with a camera, and has documented the misery that agencies have inflicted on unsuspecting pot plants

The result is The Agency Crap Pot Plant Diary 2017.

Coleman  has put a small number of copies up for sale, but the majority are being used as a mailer and gift to existing clients.

He has assured agencies that their pot plants remain anonymous.

The book has been designed by Caslon & Co.

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