"Are they selling her lips?": advertising and identity
Dr. Moog decodes and unravels the verbal and visual language of myriad print and broadcast advertisements for products as various as bras, hamburgers, cars, cigarettes, and political candidates to tell us what the real messages are behind some of America's best and worst advertising. 120 photographs.
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