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artist , Advertising executive

Arnold Jack Arlow, American advertising executive, artist. Recipient Augustus Saint-Gaudens award for professional achievement in art Cooper Union, 1995; Fulbright-Hays grantee Paris, 1954-1955; Kelly award Master of Public Administration for Absolut Vodka Campaign, 1988, 90. Alumni trustee Cooper Union, 1982-1985. Served with United States Air Force Reserve, 1961-1966.

Background

Arlow, Arnold Jack was born on September 29, 1933 in Brooklyn. Son of Louis and Sylvia (Spitzberg) Arlow.

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Cooper Union, 1954.

Career

Art director New York Times, 1958-1961, Altman Stoller Advertising, New York City, 1961-1965, Daniel & Charles Advertising, New York City, 1965, McCaffrey McCall Advertising, New York City, 1965-1966. Partner, creative director Martin Landey, Arlow Advertising, 1966-1980. Executive vice president, creative director Geers Gross Advertising, 1980-1983.

Consultant communications industry, 1983-1984. Executive vice president, creative director TBWA Advertising, 1984-1994. Partner, creative director Margeotes, Fertitta & Partners, New York City, 1994—2003.

Creative consultant, painter Amagansett, New York, 1998—1999. Senior vice president, director luxury marketing Berenter Greenhouse & Webster, New York City, 2000—2001. Teacher design Wagner College, Staten Island, 1964-1969.

Membership

Alumni trustee Cooper Union, 1982-1985. Served with United States Air Force Reserve, 1961-1966.

Connections

Married Phyllis Banschick, April 20, 1958 (divorced 1990). Children: Susan, Noah. Married Susan Gray, November 22, 1992.

father:
Louis Arlow

mother:
Sylvia (Spitzberg) Arlow

spouse:
Phyllis Banschick

spouse:
Susan Gray

child:
Susan Arlow

child:
Noah Arlow