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 Ashton said on April 23rd, 2009

I think these are really tasteless, badly executed with a concept you have to work for, which doesn’t really have a worth while pay off.

 Atul said on April 24th, 2009

It is freaky. I don’t like it, at least to me there is no clear message coming through.

 MeD_ said on April 27th, 2009

i do enjoy the ilustration too…but…the message? …a bit creepy…

 Lydia said on April 28th, 2009

I think the illustration is fantastic in these; “Yellow Submarine” meets pop art. The graphic is so eye-catching, it drew me in closer to discover what it’s all about. I like the pop culture references, both in the subjects (Britney, Sir Paul, etc.) and with their corresponding backgrounds. I found myself wanting to research Tzabar and possibly use their services. Good use of creativity, artistry and culture to create interest.

 Von K said on April 28th, 2009

Illustrations are great, fun to look at and point you to the co’s website.

But, the concept robs the “stars” of their humanity. Whether you’re a fan or not, this is just one more soul-sucking voice from the Celeb-trash corner of the media universe.

 poshmopolitan said on April 30th, 2009

It´s perfect! Ilustrations are very nice!

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