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Magazine adverts

  1. 1. We can see the name of the album and the Band which is conventional of Ads. The release date of the album, is in large font, which is a convention. The name of the record label is at the bottom of the Ad. The Album art of is the dominant picture over the Ad. The main information is under a black background so that it stands out more
  2. 2. We can see the name of the album and the Band which is conventional of Ads. We can see the release date, but it is however in smallish font. The page is dominated by the picture of two people’s lips kissing, and the writing is in faint colour to make sure that the picture is visible. It says the album includes a pre-released single, in an attempt to attract people that have heard the single. We can see the name of the record label which is a convention of Ads.
  3. 3. We can see the name of the album and the Band which is conventional of Ads. The name of the album is in big font and stands out because it is dark on light. They are showing that if you buy with amazon you get a free delivery which is unconventional. We are told some of the features that you get if your buy the album. We are told the Album includes a single that was pre- released, which attracts people who like the single. We are told some of the artists that feature on the album, in an attempt to attract people who have heard and like these featured artists. The main image on the ad is the album art which is a convention
  4. 4. We can see the name of the album and the Band which is conventional of Ads.c We can see the album art dominates the Ad. We can see the release date of the album The name of the record label is at the bottom The design is very simple and yet very clear, there is very little peripheral information. The whole Ad seems to be split into three parts, the name of the Ban, the Album cover, the album name and Info
  5. 5. We are told different platforms we can get the album on We can see the name of the album and artist, how ever they are very small and are not in bold writing , so it doesn’t standout. We can see the album art, which is conventional. We can see where it is available to buy here –Virgin Megastores There are advertisements for the artists tour dates We are told the recording label at the bottom The release date of the album There is a review of the album, put there in an attempt to show the album in a good light We are told that the album includes a pre – released single
  6. 6. We can see the name of the album and the artist. We can see the release date which is convention al of Ads. All the information is in front of a pale backgroun d, which makes it more visible. We can see the name of the Record label. The album art is the dominating image. We are told that we can pre-order the album on iTunes, so we are told where to get it.
  7. 7. The Sheep is on the album art There is no release date shown which is highly unconventional The name of the album and the artist are both very large and dominating, they very much impose themselves on the reader The colour of the background allows the writing to stand out We are told several different songs that are included in the album, so that people who have heard those songs are more inclined to buy the album
  8. 8. The whole ad is over two pages, in order to show the her importance, and to grab the attention of the reader. There are reviews to show that the album is actually good. One page is taken up by a large picture of Ellie, in the pose of the album art. The artists name and the album name are both very large and are highlighted by the black background We are told the release date of the album which is big convention We are told some of the pre-released singles that will feature on the album, which is very conventional

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