Joe Johnson. “I Want You” poster. “I Want You”. Background Info. This image was created James Montgomery Flagg as a recruiting poster for World War One. Audiece. Who is the Intended audience for this image? . Audience.
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“I Want You” poster
Who is the Intended audience for this image?
The intended audience for this image is young men eligible for military service
What is the Creator attempting to do with this image?
The creator is attempting to inspire young men into enlisting into military.
What techniques did the creator use in order to further his intended purpose?
In this poster the creator used the technique of only using red white and blue as colors in order to bring out a sense of patriotism in the audience.
What composite factors does the creator use to increase the effectiveness of the poster?
The creator creates a sharp contrast between the large dominating figure in the center of the image and the background by making the background all white and the figure colored
How Did the creator of this image use logos to increase the effectiveness of it?
The Creator used Logos by adding into the image that the audience could enlist the day that they saw the add making it seem like more of a logical decision to a viewer
How did the creator of this image use pathos to further his intent and purpose?
The creator used pathos by appealing to the audiences patriotic emotions by using patriotic colors in the image and using the term “Uncle Sam” which refers to America as a whole
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