Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Advertising graffiti or Post-capitalist critique of millennial marketing in San Francisco?

I'm worried that these models look so sad and clearly have low self-esteem--or high self-awareness. And I'm worried that Nordstrom thinks these people would shop at their stores. And what exactly is the message? Don't be fringe? Nordstrom will make you happy? Always carry a pen to make pithy commentary? 





1 comment:

Ellen Keiton said...

Fewer inputs were necessary for male decision buying than for female decision buying. There’s also a difference in terms of categories, so that the female millennials are more likely to focus on health and beauty aids, and the male millennials are far more likely to focus on electronics and technology.



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