Romain Laurent has created an interesting group of images that show far too many of a certain things in far too small an area. From fish to records to people, the artist creates dramatically excessive stacks of items.
The collection from Romain Laurent is particularly fun because he brought to life how I always feel on the subway- like a sardine in a can! Take a look at this interesting collection of images above.
Implications - Consumers are drawn to surrealistic imagery because they provide consumers with escapist experiences. Consumers actively seek out escapist experiences as a source of stress relief from their everyday lives. Corporations looking to fashion appealing promotional campaigns may consider using surreal images as graphics for their advertisements since the demand for it is always high.
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