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16 Magazine Ads Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Magazine Ads Sayings By Mark Indelicato: Before I really became interested in fashion, all I would look at in a fashion Before I really became interested in fashion, all I would look at in a fashion magazine was the ads. It only dawned on me recently that just looking at the ads really doesn't teach you everything you need to know about the fashion world. — Mark Indelicato
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Magazine Ads Sayings By Douglas Rushkoff: Many billboards and magazine ads have resorted to showing isolated body parts rather than full-body Many billboards and magazine ads have resorted to showing isolated body parts rather than full-body portraits of models using or wearing products. This style of photography, known in the industry as abstract representation, allows the viewer to see himself in the advertisement, rather than the model. — Douglas Rushkoff
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Magazine Ads Sayings By Anne Tyler: Why did popular songs always focus on romantic love? Why this preoccupation with first meetings, Why did popular songs always focus on romantic love? Why this preoccupation with first meetings, sad partings, honeyed kisses, heartbreak, when life was also full of children's births and trips to the shore and longtime jokes with friends? Once Maggie had seen on TV where archaeologists had just unearthed a fragment of music from who knows how many centuries B.C., and it was a boys lament for a girl who didn't love him back. Then besides the songs there were the magazine stories and the novels and the movies, even the hair-spray ads and the pantyhose ads. It struck Maggie as disproportionate. Misleading, in fact. — Anne Tyler
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Magazine Ads Sayings By Gloria Steinem: 'Ms.' always flouted the rules of the ad world that say, especially for products directed 'Ms.' always flouted the rules of the ad world that say, especially for products directed at women, that the ad must be connected to the editorial. You don't have food ads unless you have recipes. You don't get clothing ads unless you have lavish fashion coverage. We never did that; every other women's magazine does. — Gloria Steinem
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Magazine Ads Sayings By Yvon Chouinard: I wanted to distance myself from those pasty faced corpses in suits I saw in I wanted to distance myself from those pasty faced corpses in suits I saw in airline magazine ads. If I was going to become a businessman, I was going to do it on my own terms. — Yvon Chouinard
Magazine Ads Sayings By Werner Herzog: We do not see the danger clearly enough that we develop images adequate to our We do not see the danger clearly enough that we develop images adequate to our state of civilization. When you watch TV, you know instantly that there's something wrong with the images. When you open a magazine and see the ads, you know there's something wrong with the images. And it's unhealthy and not good and outright dangerous, in my opinion. — Werner Herzog
Magazine Ads Sayings By Adora Svitak: By creating so many illusory images of physical perfection, whether on store aisles or storefront By creating so many illusory images of physical perfection, whether on store aisles or storefront ads, magazine covers or TV shows, we speak more to the profit margins of companies than the self-esteem of today's girls. — Adora Svitak
Magazine Ads Sayings By Richard Prince: I got a job in the tear-sheets department, ripping up magazines like People, Fortune, Sports I got a job in the tear-sheets department, ripping up magazines like People, Fortune, Sports Illustrated, and Time, and delivering the editorial pages ... So I began to use a camera to make fake photographs of the ads. By re-photographing a magazine page and then developing the film in a cheap lab, the photos came out very strange. — Richard Prince
Magazine Ads Sayings By Charles De Lint: Beauty isn't what you see on TV or in magazine ads or even necessarily in Beauty isn't what you see on TV or in magazine ads or even necessarily in art galleries. It's a lot deeper and a lot simpler than that. It's realizing the goodness of things, it's leaving the world a little better than it was before you got here. It's appreciating the inspiration of the world around you and trying to inspire others. — Charles De Lint
Magazine Ads Sayings By Jerry Adler: Norman Rockwell, the Brueghel of the 20th century bourgeoisie, the Holbein of Jell-O ads and Norman Rockwell, the Brueghel of the 20th century bourgeoisie, the Holbein of Jell-O ads and magazine covers; by common assent, the most American artist of all. — Jerry Adler
Magazine Ads Sayings By Marshall McLuhan: During the Second War, the U.S.O. sent special issues of the principal American magazines to During the Second War, the U.S.O. sent special issues of the principal American magazines to the Armed Forces, with the ads omitted. The men insisted on having the ads back again. Naturally. The ads are by far the best part of any magazine or newspaper. More pains and thought, more wit and art go into the making of an ad than into any prose feature of press or magazine. Ads are news. What is wrong with them is that they are always good news. — Marshall McLuhan
Magazine Ads Sayings By Madeleine L'Engle: Give the public the 'image' of what it thinks it ought to be, or what Give the public the 'image' of what it thinks it ought to be, or what television commercials or glossy magazine ads have convinced us we ought to be, and we will buy more of the product, become closer to the image, and further from reality. — Madeleine L'Engle
Magazine Ads Sayings By Robin Sloan: I'd sit at my kitchen table and start scanning help-wanted ads on my laptop, but I'd sit at my kitchen table and start scanning help-wanted ads on my laptop, but then a browser tab would blink and I'd get distracted and follow a link to a long magazine article about genetically modified wine grapes. Too long, actually, so I'd add it to my reading list. Then I'd follow another link to a book review. I'd add the review to my reading list, too, then download the first chapter of the book - third in a series about vampire police. Then, help-wanted ads forgotten, I'd retreat to the living room, put my laptop on my belly, and read all day. I had a lot of free time. — Robin Sloan
Magazine Ads Sayings By Jack White: Fifteen minutes of fame doesn't make a career. An article in a magazine, newspaper, interview Fifteen minutes of fame doesn't make a career. An article in a magazine, newspaper, interview on television or multiple print ads may stroke your ego, but nothing much else. An artist's career is a lifetime venture. Just because an artist is on top doesn't mean they are sheltered from a crash. As has been stated, the higher you climb, the harder you fall. — Jack White
Magazine Ads Sayings By Evan Dara: and I again turned through the magazine's first few pages, past the Guess Jeans ads and I again turned through the magazine's first few pages, past the Guess Jeans ads and Eternity by Calvin Klein ads and pitches for Crisca clothes, filled with beautiful people imitating suffering; and then words came to me, words arrived in my mind, quickly and insistently, words representing the real sound of my feeling: The shot has been lost; the experiment has not been worth it; the species does not deserve to continue; it is much too late ...; I took a single step, and suddenly wanted to weep: — Evan Dara
Magazine Ads Sayings By Malcolm Gladwell: The gold box ... was a kind of trigger. It gave viewers a reason to The gold box ... was a kind of trigger. It gave viewers a reason to look for the ads in TV Guide and Parade. It created a connection between the Columbia message viewers saw on television and the message they read in a magazine. The gold box ... made the reader / viewer part of an interactive advertising system. Viewers were not just an audience but had become participants. It was like playing a game ... — Malcolm Gladwell