The ipod parody in article one was the most intriguing and also the most dramatic. Right off, you know that the connotation, despite the bright advertising and bright colors, is a very negative one. The central figure for one, has the unmistakable air of Jesus's sacrifice that has formed the basis of Christianity as defined by the vatican. The connotations associated with this cross-like position is very powerful and therefore, it lends that massive influence of this icon to the power of this anti-war poster. Not to mention the KKK references and electric cord details that overshadow the ipod ad. The 1950s andy warhold look-alike was also meaningful, altho not as successful as the ipod. The feminist, Betty Fredan movement was present within the initial content of the central figure, a woman, baking in the foreground. The colors and texture also support a Warhol reference, but the parody exists in the cultural connotations of a woman baking and her cultural role within that time frame.