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Maxwell VanHook Uses Duct Tape to Silence Subjects

 - Dec 17, 2009   Updated: Jul 4 2011
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Maxwell VanHook is an artist out of Baltimore, Maryland whose use of duct tape is worth telling the world about. The artistic photos brilliantly capture the censored souls unable to voice what is behind their muffle.

Just a few out of many creative pieces from Maxwell, VanHook, you can check out more on the artist from Baltimore, as well as other captivating photos featured on Trend Hunter, below.

Implications - Due to the abundance of advertisements in society, consumers aren't affected by their graphics as much, and have become desensitized to their messages. Customers now notice advertisements that have taboo or graphic content; they are highly memorable and spark discussion in society. Companies can successfully appeal to their target markets by incorporating these elements into their marketing campaigns.