Flourishing power

A further look into the blossoming of these beauties. Right now they are young, but maturation will develop over time.

 

 

 

Say Yaz to contraceptives

I’ve created rough ideas of potential adverts for a contraceptive called Yaz. I was at work, scanning into our store prescription drugs, when I came across Yaz. I instantly thought of the product title of Yaz being played as Yes. I’ve attempted to promote sexual responsibility through positive, reaffirming yes decision scenarios that put women in charge of something positive.

Once again, these are rough ideas, but with a name that can mimic the word yes, the room to play is substantial. Say yes to Yaz, if you trust female contraceptives. I don’t think it’s natural, but I am in favor of safer sex.

Yaz_concept

A shoe ad that moves

After watching this commercial, I’m not compelled to buy these shoes. But what I’m compelled to do is share my small and short thoughts about the commercial’s artistic videographics. Not often does a commercial tickle me pink, mainly because I get to myself first, but because much of our present commercials are redundant in scope.

I found the perspective of the commercial engaging, hip, cool, edgy, and any other word that would describe modern youth taste. The athletic person is running/walking on a sphere as the environment moves around them, thus making more prevalent the feeling of “connection” the person has with their environment. The shoe series is called Connect, so it makes perfect sense to portray such an interaction in this style/manner.

The commercial makes sense but I’m still not buying it. Not that I’m above marketing, because that most definitely would be a lie, but that this  product is something that I don’t care or know about.

Click here for ad.