Advertising is no stranger to wordplay, and the outerwear retailer, L.L. Bean, has adopted this approach with their latest slogan, Be an Outsider.
The motto of American Express, familiar to millions, used to be Don’t leave home without it. Now it’s Don’t live life without it. While not quite a bait-and-switch, the new motto does resemble a sleight of hand.
Are unpublished writers necessarily artists in the ideal sense? Or might their speculative efforts also serve a practical purpose by promoting their very survival?
With no shortage of first-world problems (and products) in the United States, one company has managed to eclipse all competitors.
Her bare legs wrap around his denim-clad waist. He grasps her hips on the tailgate of an old pickup truck. But this is no spontaneous encounter.
Digital storefronts open into a kind of samsaric cyber-carnival where preference and fetish mingle among the faces and masks.