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Deconstruction of a Kerrang Double Page Spread

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Introduction

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Middle

There is nothing bright on both pages so the whiteness of his top really stands out. Oli s expression is serious and his lips are slightly pursed. You can see on the table that he s sitting at, a wine glass but it has been blurred so that the reader automatically focuses on him. The lighting looks as though its coming from a the left of him as there are shadows on the right side of his face. Use of Layout: Each page of Kerrang! is just shorter than an A4 page. There is a little dead space on this double page spread and there are three columns that take up just over half of the right page. The page is text-led as the interview takes up more space. The only pull-out quote from the interview acts as the title and is in bold, white font. The subheading is yellow and all of the text is on a black background so that it stands out. The limited colour palette mainly consists of 3 colours, black, white and grey, but there is the odd splash of yellow text. ...read more.

Conclusion

The target audience of this article must consist of people who are actually interested in the band Bring Me The Horizon , the true fans and those who idolise Oli Sykes for his musical talent and character. I think that if someone who didn t know who this band was or the lead singer, picked up this issue of Kerrang! and read this article, they would quickly misjudge him for what he was accused of doing and stereotype every other person in rock to be a trouble maker. has asked the readers for their opinions on whether or not rock stars should behave more responsibly in front of their fans. -PRT~������ � � � : V�:>@b��- $$:$L'+++������������������������������(2�"'(� �)� @�S �P���� � �(r)�@b$:$N&�&+++��z�P�P&P&P�P�P�P��, "�" $� " , "�!" $� * "�!" $� * "�!" $� . "�" -$� * "�" $� . "�!" -$� ���dTSH����-/��dTSH "�|� "tt+,+.@n��dONT,Times New Roman Verdana�� " " "���`fXXFFHF�Brother DCP-117C USB Printer�(� d �� PRIV ��4� ��y Arial���P _splmf01.exe���Z��d Arial�������dEOSC.winspoolBrother DCP-117C USB PrinterUSB001F�� �"T""�Æ"`�S "$c"�` "�``""A."@���"T""�"`�S "��"�` "�``"."Double Page Spread Decontruction.wps."@[s" %�"�i"�ii (" )" " " aren t really that long but they re not short either. There have been 11 questions asked in the interview�� �����Z� ��� �O�2�Quill96 Story Group Class�����9�qy�2�y�2�y�2� ...read more.

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