My Style Model
I took into account the following advert for my Newspaper. I used this poster to
create mine because I liked the design of the poster and the use of images and text
to create a well-rounded advertisement.
Below is an example of the poster I based my work on:
A similarity between my poster and my style model is that both posters have little
colour and are prominently black and white.
Both posters also have images that relate to what is being featured, e.g. my poster
features theTyne Bridge because it is about Newcastle and I believe it is important
to have an image that is relative to Newcastle.
• My poster includes social media links which is something that my style model does
not. I felt it was important to include social media links on my poster because it
shows convergence between different platforms of media but also encourages
individuals to ‘connect’ with my paper.
• Another major difference is that my poster is portrait while the style model is
landscape, I did this because it was easier to work with a Photoshop document
that is portrait as it allows it to be a lot more organised, when completing my first
draft I did a landscape version of the poster to replicate the actual style model but
found it unorganised.