The image of a foreigner holding a McDonald's burger on her head and a Diet Coke in her hand is an example of how cross cultures of goods, foods transpire through globalization. Amercian food becomes available in countries all over for other cultures to enjoy.
Created by advertising agency, Team Detroit, College for Creative Studies’ ads take a leaf from these ubiquitous 80s and 90s anti‐drug television campaigns. Includes the sensible reminder: ‘Talk to your kids about art school’.
80 Years Of Newsweek Covers That Explained The World
Dr. Martin Luther King Was Assassinated On This Date In 1968 He was, more than any single man, the voice and the instrument of the second American revolution. He materialized out of the streets and the Jim Crow churches of the South a dozen years ago, preaching brotherhood and nonviolence to a divided and violent land. For a time, incredibly, it worked- until the very forces he had helped set in in motion swept past him. Newsweek, April 15, 1968