Again, this image speaks to body image with women. I've seen this advertisement in numerous places, and I like the added piece of "photoshop tools." It's showing us that not everything is as perfect as it seems, even though to me, this image isn't portraying an overly skinny model, it's still sexualizing a women's body in order to sell clothing. I think the author did a great job of adding just a small piece to make people start talking.
This culture jam uses shopping carts as a container for advertisement, illustrating how easy it is to feed hungry children. This is smart advertising, I think, because customers would be in a place where they could easily purchase and donate food right then and there. Advertising Agency: TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris, Johannesburg, South Africa Photographer: Seppi Hochfellner
If Companies Had Realistic Slogans post by Buzzfeed. L'Oreal has the slogan "Because you're worth it." The creator of the image replaced that with words depicting how although beauty company slogans claim to sell products to pamper women, we are shamed into using them from the culture making us feel like we aren't enough.