ARTH 420- Contemporary Art (Twentieth Century)- Posters -week 1
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Art History 420 Contemporary Art History (Twentieth Century) Posters Weapons (?) of Mass Communication A brief history of the arts of persuasion and the use of posters to support war efforts. Supporting the war by supporting pleasurable products from home? Frank Dadd, Uk 1914 OXO a mixture soldiers would put into their food and drinks Lures the audience to purchase the product and in return they would be helping the soldiers in the war. A goal amount of posters came up when WWI started to rise up. Posters have to grab the audiences’ attention quickly, they have to make the viewers stop and look in order to be successful. o Size, color, unfamiliar or similar subject or object, text, and simple phrases can do this Britons: join your country’s army! Designed by Alfred Leete, 1914 Successful Posters have things in common Images are used over again and again such as the pointing finger. James Montgomery Flagg He adapts the poster from the Britons for the US Government. o 1918, 1917, & 1939 (adapted by someone else ) There is uses of the same image of the pointing finger. Just a different face. Achille Luciano Mauzan, Do Your Complete Duty! Halian war loan compaign, 1917 The image of the pointing finger is used as well. Powerful piece trying to get viewers to donate money than asking for soldiers to join the army or to buy a product that supports war. Use of strong diagonals to make it appealing and exciting to the eye. Red silhouettes that look like flames. Howard Chandler Christy & the Christy Girl campaign, 1917 Possibly used to seduce men to join the army. ( join the army, get women) Christy is famous for his Christy girls The artist is also associated with the fashion industry. American Poster Personality Poster made in London, 1972 antiwar poster makes fun of the reoccurring theme of the “I want you…” and the image of the pointing finger. Trying to get individuals from joining by showing the viewers what the joining the army will lead to death by depicting a skeleton underneath Uncle Sam Uses authority of Flagg’s piece, tears pieces of it apart, and uses it to make something of their own. Personality Poster is a group. Be careful of what you say Phrase that is commonly using in posters Similar to the phrase, “loose lips sink ships” which was used in WWII Button your lip is another phrase There are many ways to visualize and portray these phrases These Posters can target certain individuals such as women and men.
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