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Visual Rhetoric Created By: Lilia Mundelius. “Cancel Cancer”. Audience?. The audience would be anyone, mainly children, who know about cancer and is interested in helping find a cure for cancer. Point of View and Intention?.

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Visual RhetoricCreated By: Lilia Mundelius


“Cancel Cancer”


Audience?

  • The audience would be anyone, mainly children, who know about cancer and is interested in helping find a cure for cancer.


Point of View and Intention?

  • The point of view is third person so that the viewer can see all that is present in the visual.

  • The intention was to show the ugliness of this disease and our need to cancel it out from mankind’s life.


Purpose?

  • The purpose of this picture is to increase support for finding a cure for cancer.


Techniques?

  • The word Cancer is a fuzzy black and red mass in the middle of pale skin. A white L is placed over the R to form the word Cancel. In tiny print at the end of the picture reads: “The hope to stop cancer, dies when you stop believing.”


Composition Factors?

  • The use of the fuzzy black and red letters represents cancer as an unsightly disease. The white L represents hope as a light in the dark colors. This word is placed over human skin to show where it resides. The words “The hope to stop cancer, dies when you stop believing.” tell the viewer that they must be unending in their belief and hope that we can conquer this disease.


Logos?

  • The logos of this picture is that cancer is a danger to loved ones across the planet and everyone needs to join in to help “Cancel” the cancer.


Ethos?

  • The ethos of this picture is that the author wanted to inform more people that we need to rid our population of cancer.


Pathos?

  • The pathos of this picture is that many people in the world have a loved one who is or was diagnosed with cancer. Cancer can take away someone very close to anyone and those who went through it would not want others to have to suffer this experience.


Sources

  • Martine, Michael. “Cancel Cancer poster.” ThePlace. 4, February 2009. Web. 18, February 2013. <http://theplacedesign.wordpress.com/2009/02/04/cancel-cancer-poster/#more-285 >


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