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Text Analysis car magazine - analysing the front cover of "Evo" magazine.

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Introduction

Similar Text Analysis Image Regarding imagery, The Aston Martin V12 Vantage RS has been placed on the centre of the cover page of the magazine; it's the largest image in front page which is pictured high from the lift side. The image of the Aston martin is conventional for this kind of magazine; the image of this car is used to relate to the target audience range of 16-30 ages and mostly male however a smaller image of red coloured Aston Martin optioned on the lift side of the magazine is used to identify with the female audience. Lighting is used on the cars to emphasise exclusiveness of the car for this issue and makes the cars stand out on the gray background. ...read more.

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Text Text wise, the name "evo" is featured in vary large simple font in gold makes it stand out. "THE THRILL OF DRIVING" is slogan for evo which relates to The second largest caption "EXTREME ASTONS" also is large front in capital latter adds a sense of speed anchor both Aston Martin's. The caption "fastest Astons ever" in white highlighted in red is juxtaposed at lift side attracts the male audience as they are mostly in to speed. "EXCLUSIVE!" in red font, the audiences' eye is drawn to this as it is positioned to the right at the top of the page right below it is the second headline for this issue "HOT NEW FIESTA ST185" The words in the phrase ...read more.

Conclusion

Colour The colours used for the cover page are Gold Silver Red Gray White and Black. The Gold colour has been used in contrast to Sliver Aston both colours of valuable metals. The red Aston has been used to give it a bet of mix and attract female audience. Most text is in black and gold connoting male characteristics. The main car is in silver which has a black shadow to make it stand out in the gray background the main evo caption in gold strikingly stands out agents feeding gray white background In conclusion The evo magazine is targeted at wide rage age group of males how is into fast sport cars. The signifiers have been chosen will by the designers as it relates vary will to the targeted audience. ...read more.

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