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You can read about the top spots of the last 20 years in the March issue of Creativity, but you can see them here on AdCritic, complete with historical perspective and some healthy competition. Each week until June, we'll release a couple of spots from our 20th Anniversary issue's Work section to a special gallery where we ask you, our subscribers, to vote for the best spot of the last 20 years, starting on Tuesday. Use our rate-the-ad feature to describe how each spot ranks among the greatest. Reserve your "world changing" scores for the spots that truly changed your world the most, the ones that set a new standard and altered the course of ad history. Enjoy the work, and keep coming back to see updated scores, comments, and content.
To start the festivities, we'd like to raise a glass to the "Crazy Ones" in a spot that helped to solidify Apple as the technology brand for the creative class. Let's also share a laugh in the ironic fate of a peanut butter lover in 1993's "Aaron Burr" for the California Milk Processor Board.