If you're a pop culture fiend, this 'Rumeurs' book will surely sate your desire for more knowledge about popular media. But even if you aren't the biggest follower of celebrity gossip, you can still appreciate the wonderful book for all of its polygonal depictions of musical icons such as Paul McCartney. The symbolic meaning behind these face distortions is, of course, representative of the distorted reality that rumors bring about.
The 'Rumeurs' book is produced by Almasty and is entirely in French, so grab your dictionary and learn about some cool pop culture history.
Implications - Consumers are fascinated with pop culture history because they can relate to it more readily than to any other branch of history. Corporations may similarly benefit from establishing strong connections with consumers. This may be accomplish through advertising campaigns which invoke empathy.