It’s no secret that by nature, humans are simple creatures who rely on basic forms of communication to convey ideas, initiatives, and feelings. Our innate attraction to simplicity stems from our roots as prehistoric, subterranean dwelling cavemen, who created cave paintings to tell stories and share ideas. While these prehistoric people served as an unyielding factor in human communication, we have seen modern innovators of all kinds trail-blaze across the technological landscape of their time to bolster instruments that would advance the face of communication within our society.
Fast-forward to the year 2014, and we have morphed into a sophisticated, intellectual, and opinionated society. With that said, our overt magnetism to “cut and dry” communication remains etched in the stone of our prehistoric ancestry. In the web of tech advancements and human simplicity, the rise of photo focused social media advertising clearly illustrates the fact that pictures remain an effective fixture in human communication. Through our anthropological annotations we strive to answer the following: exactly how has image communication evolved and how have major social media platforms managed to artfully tap into our inner caveman through advertising?
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