This poster looks the way it does because it seems to glorify war with many hot colors (red, orange and yellow) and being an exceptional warrior. The people in the background seem to be in pain and dying. There also appear to be rather large explosions in the background. It shows a courageous and powerful woman wearing an armor and having two swords on her both hands. This thing is indicating an incredible woman who have many monsters behind her, and she walks through them. It means that she killed the monsters, overcame her challenges, and destroyed the war to protect the world and maintain the piece. The poster also shows that the movie with a supper woman will be coming soon because the poster has ‘COMING SOON’ is bold and and capital with
Finally, we decided to focus on the design and style of the posters, as well as some of the rhetoric appeals used, rather than talking about the topic itself. Thus, we concluded that our main point would be what we considered to be our strongest aspect of the posters, which we determined was the balance between pathos and logos in the posters. By choosing two posters to display data and facts, and two to display emotion-evoking images and messages, we determined that we provided enough variety of information so that an individual that is either interested in the facts of this topic or that is interested in the morality of this topic could be persuaded to pursue more information on this topic, or even heed our call for advocacy. Although we were met with some issues concerning time and a difference in both topic and design choices, we completed the poster series in a manner we were quite satisfied
This memorial is very effective in the way the message and symbols are presented. The memorial emphasizes the United States’ side of the war and how it affected the country. The ways the illustrations are depicted are accurate in a sense that it only shows the effects it had to the U.S through symbolism. The way nationalism is used though the symbols are directly connected to the war and the nationalism that is emphasized in that setting. The layout and design is used to help build that intensifying persuasion. Persuasion can be found in many different ways an in the case of this memorial, it is found through the symbols, layout, and materials used to put the WWII memorial together.
3) Some of the more general selling features of this specific poster was that everyone else was doing it. It states that population has increased from 419 512 people to 808 863 people in five years leading to the bandwagon effect. It talks about how people from many countries have already joined the movement to create homesteads in the west and that the first farmers to reach the west would have the first choice at
Employment Service,” shows that the purpose of this advertisement was to encourage women to get involved in the war effort by taking over factory jobs to produce assets for the war. The woman in this advertisement is wearing an outfit that looks very similar to that of Rosie the Riveter, the main icon for the Women in War Jobs Campaign. Rosie was depicted as a strong, independent woman. Her presence in advertisements convinced many women that it was their duty to join the workforce to support the war. It is presumed that this is the reason Harris would design the woman to look like Rosie. Orange traffic cones are usually used to show that there are people working, and that you should yield to them. The orange cone in the background of this poster could represent that the factory is a dangerous place, and workers need to be careful while working. This was one of the main reasons women didn’t have jobs in the first place. Factories were dangerous environments. The phrase in the top right, “Do the job HE left behind,” seems to have a sarcastic tone to it. It implies that since the men were enlisted in the war, the only people left to do their jobs in the factory were women. It seems ironic that a poster that was meant to encourage women to join the work force would also carry such a negative tone
While analyzing this, I found it difficult to understand why and how this poster was made. There was no author, website or links associated; I simply typed in “Posters that mean something powerful.” And this appeared in google images. I believe the mystery of how and where this image came from makes its rhetorical appeal more of “ethos”. The writer who created this wanted readers to feel emotionally connect to the image. Immediately your visually pulled into an image that shows a good amount of blood. Blood makes you ask the question why or how is something okay. The fact that blood is coming from two pencils makes me link the image to education. This image called me to write about how the public school system is leading children into
No Blood for Oil War is always something awful that can have horrible consequences for the country where the war is and for the people that are living there. Steven Lyons has created a poster to comment on the Gulf War that was in 1990 between Iraq and Kuwait.
The item I would like to talk about today is the 2017 Western Michigan University football team’s poster. Every year before the season our football team releases a poster listing the team slogan and schedule for the upcoming season. I believe after four years here at Western Michigan University that the posters main purpose is to build hype and to get students to obviously come to the game. The poster for this year’s team has drawn me in since day one. I think the background of the photo allows the main subjects in the photo to really stand out. I also think that this schedule/poster allows a student like myself to keep up to date when the team is playing at Waldo Stadium. I strongly believe that this poster is an excellent example of graphic design and communication.
For my propaganda poster, I chose the slogan “Spark The Resistance” because the poster was meant to say, light dynamites and start a resistance. The image I created is a dynamite lit up with sparks with a British resistance symbol in the background. There are six blue parachutes falling down from the top of the poster; I selected this image because I wanted the encourage people to plant the dynamites and resist the conquerors. The image helps represent the slogan by sparking the dynamites can start the resistance. In addition, I chose to use the colors blue, red, white, and orange; they help develop the message because blue, white, and white represent the resistance of the British powers. Also, orange depicts the sparks of the dynamite. In
The readability tool used was a suitability assessment of material (SAM) score sheet. When making the poster the SAM score sheet was utilized by designing certain parts in via what scored the highest on the SAM scoresheet, the content of the poster had a clear purpose as it explicitly and clearly states that cultural diversity is not an issue, it doesn’t use facts and attempts to provoke a readers response so that it also covers learning stimulation, motivation and only the most relevant information was mentioned. As aforementioned from simple language being used the literacy demand of the poster was minimal. The graphics used in the poster is friendly and contains a large amount of whitespace and is very relevant to cultural competency and lists, graphs and tables were chosen to be completely omitted. The layout and the typography of the poster uses colour in a non-distracting way but in a way that is used to direct the reader’s attention to the next line of brief font and the font used is serif where uppercases are used appropriately and the text is reasonably sized (Doak, Doak and Root,
Something I have learned this semester that is bigger than what has been presented was the realization of the women of this country, who had gone to work during World War II, while the men had gone to war. I never really knew how important this opportunity had been as a turning point for all women in regards to having the ability to prove they could contribute to society and to the patriotism of this country acknowledging the accomplishments of fulfilling the same jobs the men had been involved in.
In chapter 7, they use posters to show how they grabbed Americans attention. The core values the posters displayed were to grab the attention of Americans by tell a powerful message and to get the message across the states. The posters would try to get the attention out by using someone or something famous and show people in war with writing on it. This would help get people’s attention and might help them be convinced to join the war somehow. Like joining the arm forces or to buy war bonds to help pay for the war. The second poster I believe is the most affective and sent a message. The massage on it is “Gee! I wish I were a man. I’d join the Navy. Be a man and do it. United States Navy recruiting station.” with a woman on it (Pg. 141). Just
A different kind of propaganda machine emerged in the United States during World War II. As opposed to the state controlled monopolies of media producing propaganda in Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union, the United States’ propaganda machine was mixed between government and free market propaganda. The United States’ government propaganda efforts followed a policy “that it must always retain the essence of truth in what it said” (Rhodes 144), differing from the intentional misleading of Nazi and Soviet propaganda. The poster, though influential, was not the preferred theme of propaganda by the Americans because it was not always as effective as other forms of propaganda, such as the radio and newspapers (Rhodes 150). Nevertheless, posters were used to sway thought by a number of government agencies and corporations, and they encouraged an increase in factory production for wartime economic output, help to defeat the enemy in combat, and overall patriotism as a way to motivate the people (Rhodes 150). In the United States, posters were often flourished with bright colors to catch the viewers’ eyes; therefore, colors like bright blue, yellow, or American red, white, and blue often created the background or the message written on the poster (Little). Once again, the use of propaganda to shape thought was necessary in the United States to both keep the spirits up of the people and to get the people to be opposed to the enemy while supporting the domestic government; thus, the production of posters that encouraged behavior in this way.
The poster is about the US black and White race relations. Is about the racial tension between Whites and Blacks and the unbalance of power. It shows the tension we have in this country when it comes to the issue of race They are constantly at war with each
On the right I see a common man stirring a cauldron filled with iron and water. He is trying to melt the iron from broken pots and pans so that they can be made into weapons. He is alone, and he is in a forest. On the top right side