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Media poster an.

  1. 1. With a pop band, the poster tends to be colourful with each member wearing a colour to make them stand out.The typography is simple andbold it gives the poster amodern image with the lack ofprops and set used in thepicture.I would say the focus point ispurely of the band membersand nothing else. The colourdraping draws the audiencesattention into the poster They have kept everything simple with the background so the only focus is on the band members themselves
  2. 2. The colors as well drawRihanna’s single your attention to theposter for Rude artist herself.boy makes a Using red to pick upstatement the text and her lipsalone on how also bring the audience to look at her face andshe is dress, not her body.which isactually The large R is her logonothing. She which she used for thisonly has a sign album this was donewith the song’s so audiences wouldname on to know that this songcover herself was linked to this album.up, this drawsfocus not only Her boots and hat alsotowards her but state she isn’t a girlythe words on girl that dress all nicethe sign. and pretty but goes against the norm andRihanna uses wears more tom boyScopophilia to clothes.get her albummore aware of.
  3. 3. Paramore are a rock/pop The bandgroup. They have gone members hasfor a graphic style poster been placed onthat is more rock edge the front so fansrather than pop. can establish who the artist is.The have kept thecolours black and white The poster isbut with one word in very opposite tocolour saying “Riot”. This a typicallydraws the attention to rock/pop posterthe writing around which as the colour, useis the same word. of effects and what the bandThe typography is members wearscratchy writing and is goes against theplaced all over the place stereotype ofon the poster, this has pop/rockbeen done to link with clothing andthe word Riot, showing more rock.chaos.

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