Like: The PlayStation Adverts

It is said that advertising is the main art form of the modern age; a practice of presenting otherwise tedious sales pitches in a way that is inventive, memorable and sometimes so persuasive that it needs to be regulated.

Such an outlook, if you happen to agree, would make PlayStation a sort of Damien Hirst figure. The company's TV and print adverts, particularly in the nineties, were infamously self-important, farcically abstruse, deliberately controversial and yet, on occasion, surprisingly profound.

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