Grade 12 English Political Propaganda


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Grade 12 English Political Propaganda

  1. 1. Creating Logo and Propaganda Posters<br />Creating a Political Party<br />
  2. 2. Paul Shepherd<br />LUKA SAPUNDŽIĆGreen Politics: Visuals<br />
  3. 3. I got my inspiration from the latest elections in the United States, especially President Obama’s party. Visual appeal used in his party was strong and simple, that is what I was striving to create<br />Inspiration came directly from what most candidates point out today but none work on it: environmental awareness. It tends to appear in visual campaigns but none are truly devoted to real change.<br />Inspiration <br />
  4. 4. Sources<br />I obtained knowledge on propaganda from older techniques used during world wars. Posters used during that period to appeal to masses is what I strived to create<br />My party is rather liberal and freedom promoting. It was of outmost importance to make it visually appealing to average Joe and any segregation caused by extreme images was unacceptable. <br />
  5. 5. Logo of my party consists of my name: Paul Shepherd. I did not want to create image for the logo for it might bring a wrong message; I wanted to present my devotion to changes through simple logo<br />Colors of the party are based on simple symbolism: green and blue represent the colors of forests and seas. It is to remind the audience that I am about environmental safety and maintenance <br />Logo and Colors<br />Name<br /><ul><li>My name in Green Politics party is Paul Shepherd; it is to suggest that I am a leader. Shepherd also implies that I, as usual, I am all about nature and preventing pollution. It is most of the time followed by colors green and navy blue, to remind once more the audience of what I stand for.</li></li></ul><li>STEFAN ŽIVOJINOVICMain Idea<br />The main idea of my project is to present a capitalist political party<br />Political propaganda posters of this party have been created in order to attract the viewers/voters attention showing how this party can benefit them<br />The slogans of the party are present within the posters<br />The propaganda posters show how they can attract voters and change their views on the elections<br />
  6. 6. Logo/Flag<br />Propaganda Poster 1<br />
  7. 7. Propaganda Poster 3<br /> Propaganda Poster 2<br />
  8. 8. VOJA PECIKOZAInternational-Neutral Party<br />The party is going to expose its ideas and values, and those are effective they will be elected.<br />There will be an election with several parties, and the one with the most voters will win.<br />International-Neutral party shows equality the main issue, and sends a strong message to the audience. <br /> Propaganda posters support this idea, and are effectively used to attract audience. <br />Logo of the party makes the party unique and different from other parties, and allows audience to recognize and remember it more effectively. <br />The main idea of this party is to present equality<br />Posters of political propaganda are created to show the main goal of the party.<br />Also the slogan of the party is shown on the posters.<br />Colors of the logo also have a specific meaning.<br />Green represents nature, while blue represents hope and freedom.<br />These two colors support the idea of equality.<br />
  9. 9. Propaganda posters<br />My inspiration for the posters was the poster from united colors of Benetton<br />They show equality and unity and it sends the same message as the party. <br />My posters show diversity. Apples poster exactly represent different types of apples, and that has a symbolic meaning. <br />Different people<br />Different apples<br />
  10. 10. KRISTIAN PINTERThe Idea <br />Main idea of my SPACES project was to create a global political party that will influence governments around the world to provide every citizen what he/she deserves – freedom.<br />I chose the name Franima because frstands for free and anima means soul on Latin, in other words free soul.<br />My logo represents a free human – colored in blue (the color of freedom)<br />
  11. 11. Franima<br />
  12. 12. POSTER 1<br />
  13. 13. POSTER 2<br />