The French philosopher Roland Barthes spent perhaps more time than is good for anyone looking at advertisements. Some 60 years ago, he was trying to understand and explain what parts of an advert (he focused on one for pasta) made consumers want to go and buy the item.
Barthes analysed the particular details in the advertising campaign that seemed to catch people’s attention, whether they fully realised it or not.
It sometimes happens that...
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