Monday, June 16, 2014

1950s kelloggs frosted flakes commercial, i like how they created it even back in the day they had no color but they had very good ideas to introduce products.
1960s Maxwell house coffee, it was colored and it gave a look of a commercial. the way they set it up that whole family sitting on the table and enjoying their time by drinking it.

1970s Sharp calculator commercial, it was good by the detailed they gave by showing tons of books, newspapers and other written stuff which they introduce us with the product sharp calculator that will help us to the math quickly. But it had no voice to make audience pay attention more but the overall idea was good.

1980s mobile phone TV commercial,it was detailed because they stated every detail by the person talking behind and in front they have all the stuff they wanted to introduce.

1990s McDonalds commercial, the way they set up the commercial was a good. It was colored and showing the waiters serving and cashiers checking out with smile on their faces which displaying the happy mood.

2000 game boy commercial, it looked advanced and more direct with detail. It had children playing with the game boy but also have animation by making certain characters of Mario to come alive.

2010 Chevy commercial. This was actually a good idea to display that Chevy cars are a journey for life because they portrayed dog to show loyalty that Chevy cars have with their owners. 

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