Monthly Archives: September 2016

Who is Really Primitive and Who can Claim to be Civilized

For many reasons, including issues related to politics and war, more than a million migrants and refugees primarily from Middle Eastern countries crossed into Europe in 2015.  This sparked a crisis as countries, mainly Italy and Greece, struggled to cope … Continue reading

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So what to do if you lost your glasses

Well, it is a tough question. I believe everyone who wears glasses lost his/her/XX glasses at least once, or will lose it once in the future. It is very Important for you to PLAN AHEAD instead of PANIC after some … Continue reading

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An Outlet to the Convention

In order to get people to notice a new band, go to a concert, or buy a new album, music advertisements incorporate design elements that would normally not be plausible in a normal commercial advertisement. Many of these artists use color schemes, … Continue reading

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What A Nail-Biter!

  The existing advertisements for luxury high-end beauty products vary greatly depending on the brand. Observation shows that Chanel’s overall advertising and branding is quite aesthetically uniform, but the brand seems to vary the content of each individual product’s campaign, … Continue reading

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LuLuLemon Is Not Just for Yoga and Women!

When people think of LuLuLemon, they generally think of women & yoga. LuLu has sought to change this consumer perception by coming up with a series of gutty ads that emphasize much more than just yoga. The shift of focus … Continue reading

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Why Wear Glasses When you can go Without a Day at a Time?

To wear glasses or to wear contact lens? That is the question everyone is troubled with after learning they need corrective lenses and Acuvue is trying to answer for the consumer. Acuvue, owned by Johnson & Johnson Vision Care Inc., … Continue reading

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xXx_G4M1NG_H3ADS3Tz_xXx: Color Connotation, Black Space, and Meaningful Connections

The Audience Gaming headsets may seem an irrelevant accessory (and a pricey one too), but they are often an integral part of professional gaming, or eSports, and a sought after product for those that play online multiplayer video games.  And … Continue reading

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