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Analysis of Album Magazine Adverts

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Analysis of Album Magazine Adverts

  1. 1. Analysis of Katy Perry’s Album Magazine Advert The artist is looking straight at the camera which creates a direct address to the audience and making the audience feel like the artist is personally selling them the album. The garden setting and costume the artist is wearing is quite girly. This suggests her target audience is for mainly females. The pink and purple colours she is wearing also supports this idea. The artist’s name is written in the biggest font on the advert. The font used is the font which is used for all Katy Perry’s products. This makes it recognisable the audience. The bright pink colour stands out from the rest of the writing and images on the poster. The position the artist is standing in the quite revealing costume she is in could attract the male audience and also make the advert stand out. Using the image of the artist as a large part of the advert makes it stand out to people who recognise the artist. It also shows the identify of the artist to people who may have heard the song but not see the artist. A small image of the album cover is shown on the poster so it can be recognisable to the audience. Very little information is presented at the bottom making the viewers want to read it more. The name of her hit new single is written on the advert to attract viewers. The image is very large and takes over the whole advert. The setting of the image is the same setting as the one on the album cover which will make the album recognisable to people who have seen the poster. The artist’s website written in a small font for ways to buy the album and or find out more about the band. The release date is written in a bold writing which makes it stand out. The white writing stands out from the rest of the poster. Lacey Ruttley
  2. 2. Analysis of Panic At The Disco’s Album Magazine Advert The name of the band is the largest font on the advert as it draws the viewers in. The colours and font of the bands name go with the circus theme within the advert. The release date of the album is written in capital letters to stand out from the rest of the writing. The name of the album is presented in the center of the advert to make it stand out. This poster is very colourful with the image on the front having bright pinks and yellows. This grabs the viewers attention and makes it stand out from the pages in the magazine. The magazine advert uses the same image and colours as the album cover. This will help make the album recognisable for its viewers. The name of their new single is written on the advert to attract viewers that may not know the band by name. Their website and a social networking page for them is written in a small font for ways to buy the album and or find out more about the band. The bands two record labels are presented at the bottom of the advert in the smallest writing to advertise the record labels. The ‘Pretty. Odd.’ album cover. Very little information is presented at the bottom making the viewers want to read it more. An offer that a deluxe album is available only at the band’s website is shown on the post to inform the viewers. Lacey Ruttley
  3. 3. Analysis of Mumford & Son’s Album Magazine Advert The bands name is written in the biggest font and in capital letters to draw in readers. Each of the band members have there own square image in the centre of the advert. This shows the identity of each band member. The images of the band look as if they were taking on polaroid with the filter on the images and the corner edges. This could show the audience the band being in the folk genre. A review from a top music magazine is written in capital letters at the bottom to attract the audience. The bands two record labels are presented at the bottom of the advert in the smallest writing to advertise the record labels. The light grey writing stands out from the black background. The name of the album is also written at the top in capital letters to stand out from the rest of the advert. In the images each band member has their acoustic instrument with them with shows the audience, that may not know them, that they are an acoustic band. Layered on top of the images are more images of the band/instruments. Very little information is presented at the bottom making the viewers want to read it more. The name of three of their new singles are written in a box on the advert to attract viewers that may not know the band by name and to also give a taste of what the album may be like. Lacey Ruttley

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