'Sugary surreal' and 'pop' are words I would use to describe the work of Jaimie Warren, an all-around creative type who also performs on stage.
I really love Jaimie Warren's work--it feels like a natural progression of her character. I am not alone in being a fan, however, as Warren's work has been seen all over the globe.
Implications - People often like to see pictures they can relate to -- pictures that resemble "real life" and not the lives of the rich and famous. Many brands are realizing this and creating ads with models that are not Photoshopped to be super skinny. People like to see ads and think, "Hey, I could be in that picture," so businesses should always stress to relate to their consumers in this way.
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