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In the This summer 2014 release of Time mag Toyota released their advertisement for their fresh Camry Hybrid vehicle. The advertisement was a total page in the back of the journal, simply because when people look at a magazine they start by flicking through the webpages ending up getting at the back of the book. The ad is definitely not very extravagant in my opinion. The genre in the advertisement will be more of an artistic and animated history with incredibly vibrant shades. The atmosphere on the top of the ad really are a pastel crimson, orange, yellow-colored, pink, and white. It also has a huge batch range of similar colors coming with a blacktop like rollercoaster road leading back and throughout the page by using a tunnel which has spit away a bright new racing Toyota Camry Hybrid at a high level of acceleration. On the top of the ad in big produce it says " Camry thrill ride, вЂќ and smaller printing on the bottom with the ad that saysвЂќ More power than some other hybrid in the class, Camry hybrid is usually one daylights of a ride. вЂќ
This advertisement in my opinion was well thought out. The ad uses pathos to appeal to the viewer's feeling of creative value by using the visually beautiful colors to lure the group in and maintain them in. It also expresses deep mental feeling with regards to the colors they choose. The automobile is reddish colored, which fits the MO of a edgy vehicle. Reddish has always been linked to the car more likely to get pulled over by the police. The rollercoaster makes the market feel as if they go for a joyride, by associating the road which has a rollercoaster. Similar was superb, but I really believe it could had been met with mare like a realistic, cynical emotional response like the Camry did in the October 2014 edition of your time magazine, only three months later on. It practically makes a striking statement in terms of advertisement.
Similar is in the same exact situation and page in the back of the magazine, where apparently they may have...