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I love this image that has a great textural content and is presented in a somewhat matt fashion that is very captivating. Is there a particular reason you chose B&W with the post pro you have used? I'm also intrigued by the disclaimer, or is that a prank/joke of sorts? ndiginiz @ 2006-February-27 02:41
Advertising agressively changes the way our environment looks, and it's everywhere. Yet the companies distance themselves from any responsability they may have. Our disclaimer is a parody of their sleek legal PC talk...
One of the ads prominent feature is color. People recognize brands because of it even if any other characteristics are missing. Without color ads are reduced to shapes, they lose their bite. That's how we wanted to look at this soda machine... sknop @ 2006-February-27 12:24
Thanks for that you guys I totally get the direction you were going with it now and I agree with you 100%. ndiginiz @ 2006-February-27 23:19
Reminds me of a print ad I saw a long while back for a perfume... the caption read "there are 742 (or some such number) drops to a bottle... plan each one carefully!"
Can't, for the life of me, remember the name of the brand...:(