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wwf rechauffement climatique glace monde fond This advertisement shows dominance as the most eye-catching element of the poster is the ice-cream cone which resembles the Earth.

This ad for Heinz Ketchup has a practical appeal as it implies the product is natural/healthy. The literary method used is wordplay with the tagline "no one grows ketchup like Heinz". The visual method used is image exaggeration/alteration, an overhead camera angle and the space used. Saturated red as a dominant color like the product itself also makes the ad bold overall.

Heinz ketchup poster - in this poster, designer put the stalk of tomato on top of the ketchup bottle to represent tomato. Designer used just two elements(ketchup bottle and tomato top) but now it show new aspect from that. It's simple but smart.

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Had enough bad news? Advertising Agency: Winsper, Boston, USA Creative Director: Steve Bautista Art Directors: Brian Fandetti, Mitch Lunsford Copywriters: Steve Bautista, Chris Lee Photographer: Ed James Retouching: Act Two Um/Stuart Callow Publishe

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Heinz Tomato Ketchup This ad shows the need to satisfy curiosity. It shows this by having the ketchup bottle look like slices of tomatoes. Which satisfies the curiosity that it is made with real tomatoes.

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Description: Drink more vegetables Advertising Agency used the hypodermic needle theory to "shoot the belief" that their product primarily contains fresh juice; in this case carrot juice.

A dentist ads, We don't like yellow.

A dentist ads, We don't like YELLOW. Yellow is seen as happy positive colour but not in all circumstances as illustrated here in the dentist advertising campaign.