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Friday, September 29, 2006

Pencil Is the New Silhouette

Two separate print ads, two different companies, and two different pieces of clothing. So why do they look so similar? On the left: Gap (every four seconds, another Gap ad is shoved down our throats) promotes Black Skinny Pants. On the right: TSE highlights its cashmere tunic. Did these two corporations hire the same advertising company? Or is the pencil simply the new silhouette?

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