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Well this is fused magazine, it is an independent/alternative magazine This is a student issue, most people who read this will go to Birmingham uni or already. This other double page spread is about the high street. It appeals to students who are trying to find things to do in the city The whole point of this issue is that Fused is trying to introduce students to new aspects of the city as well as introduce alternative bands and things to do of the beaten track
Brummie Repeated Mentioning of Oasis Mentioning of Paul weller
White and green
Minimalistic... Green is apparent throughout. – green hue White Illustration , complimentary colours Sans serif... Black and plain writing... Always on a white background
Barely any writing... Writing in boxes at the top Crazy illustrations represents the audience, there is enough information with the text and the image is more important as this magazine is all about style. The white motif is around the page as a gutter, The audience values style and images more, everything is stylized
Noel Gallager Best balti Elite birmigham crowd... Aimed at students
The illustration plays an important part in potraying the bands free spirited nature... The field.
How does the choice of band featured in the article suggest who the target audience will be?
What type of language is used in the article? Give examples of words or phrases which are specific to the style of the magazine? <ul><li>Colloquial language </li></ul><ul><li>Birmingham slang/boderline jargon. </li></ul><ul><li>Informal Language </li></ul><ul><li>Selective audience </li></ul><ul><li>Appeals to British readers </li></ul>