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Analysing digipaks

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Analysing digipaks

  1. 1. ANALYSING DIGIPAKS BY EVIE & LAURA THORNBORROW
  2. 2. ‘MINISTRY OF SOUND’ • Genre: • Dance • Colours: • Blue: water, ocean, cold, calm freshness, relaxation and chilled – Link to theme of music • Visual Narrative: • Ice & Water – ‘Chillout’ music • Parts of Record players – frozen, ‘old fashioned’ • Typography & Composition: • Bold • Small Font • Simple (represents being relaxed)
  3. 3. ‘ANOUAR BRAHEM TRIO’ • Genre: • World • Star Image/Star Persona: • Separate images of each band member with their individual instruments – easy to recognise each member • Colours: • • • • Black & White – Old Fashioned Blurry – mysterious Artistic Dull • Visual Narrative: • Dull • Unhappy Facial Expressions • Typography & Composition: • Black & White writing – simple font
  4. 4. ‘MOON SAFARI’ • Genre: • Electro • Star Image/Star Persona: • Loud Theme – Colourful, bright, wacky • Each Individual Member is Recognisable from the instruments they’re playing in the pictures • Colours: • Bright colours contrasting with darkness of space • Black outline drawings of group members – ‘Pop arty’ • Visual Narrative: • Space – Stars, ‘Moon Safari’ • ‘Safari’ – Safari clothing – brown overalls • Look like running away from something • Typography & Composition: • Different fonts throughout – Same style

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