Par C.B. le 11 October 2011 à 08:41
MTV's idea was to design t-shirts composed of two different artists. On the left hand side, the renowned artist and on the other side the artist influenced by the first one. The message is "The music never stops".
It could be interesting to use the same concept with words for example or other notions or even famous paintings, inventing thus new concepts based on both elements. We could also develop the idea of influence/evolution suggested by MTV (showing the evolution of a word for example)
I quickly designed some pictures. Here they are!
I've just found an advert using the same concept!
Par C.B. le 11 October 2011 à 08:27
This kind of visual could be the basis for a work on slogans and catchphrases. We could ask the pupils to keep the visual and change the catchphrase for example.
Here for instance we could write : " crime scene - become a vegetarian". What do you think?
Par C.B. le 5 October 2011 à 12:56
The following advert is for Google's Street View. The concept is that at the top left hand corner it displays an original genuine advert and it suggests that the hotel's ad is here misleading. The Google's ad plays on the decay which exists between the advert and reality.
Possible Xbloggtation: Could be interesting to make pupils react on Google's legitimacy to criticize another advert. Indeed, what if the hotel was really welcoming? What about the persons working hard for this hotel? What could be the consequences of Google advert? Aren't they patronizing?
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