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Images of the Week

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How best to stand out in a cluttered media world? Buying every ad in sight helps. The Aug. 22 issue of The New Yorker includes 18 pages of ads, all of them for Target Stores. The estimated cost to Target: between $1 million and $1.5 million.

Target and Peterson Milla Hooks commissioned each of the world-renowned illustrators, whose work for the campaign will not appear anywhere outside this week's issue of the magazine. Creative director: Dave Peterson. Art director: Sue Kaase. Art buyer: Carrie Reay.

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