Here is my best guess at filling in the blanks. Unfortunately, they are hard as hell to fix. Here goes…
ALSO. It appears I found all of these on Ads of the World.com. To be honest, I found them all over, it just kept pointing me back to this site. Cool eh?
Let me know what you think. My only concern is that the replacement-opposition ones rely too heavily on ‘the abstract’ — not representing a product, but rather what the opposite of that product represents.
– The negative connotations from the cigarettes make the food look gross; without that implication, the food looks great
– The gross products together become a burger (fusion)
– The burger is made of smokes and stuff (opposition)
- You wouldn’t eat cigarettes, why inhale them
http://adsoftheworld.com/media/print/hyper_batteries_green (without text)
– The energy of the device is replaced by the guy sucking air
– The product is missing (replacement)
– The replacement shows the opposite of the product’s potential (opposition)
– The clean air is replaced by dirty smoke (replaced)
– The smoke is obviously not good for you, clean air is promoted (opposition)
http://adsoftheworld.com/files/images/MADD2.jpg (without text)
– The sign to turn left is replaced by the right to turn right (replacement)
– The sign is pointing in the opposite direction of where to go (opposition)