This is an image I am using for the purpose of showing contrast, repetition, alignment, proximity, and color. It is part of a line of advertisements that the Calgary Food Bank put out.
In this advertisement, we can see contrast not only in the size of the letters, but the font which they artist chose to use. In the upper circle, we can even see differences in the sizing if the words to catch attention.
The repetition used for this advertisement wasn’t very evident in this ad. It becomes more apparent as you look at the other ads put out in the same campaign. In this ad, the corn is being opened like a can of anchovies might, and in other ads that went with this one other fruit were opened like cans and other non-fresh foods. In each of the ads, they used the same colors, idea, and fonts.
The alignment of the words is evident in this ad. They are straight with each other, giving a clean look.
It was easy to tell where the different parts of this post were. In the upper area we had the advertisement, then in the lower left, we had the information of where we could go for more details. Then we had the logo in the bottom right corner. It was spaced out enough to make the different areas clear.
Most of this ad followed a brown color scheme, but it contrasts nicely with the corn to make our eyes draw to it.
From all of the different aspects of this ad I discussed, we can see that it is a rather clean, neat, and useful advertisement.