This piece is a persuasive poster I created to promote wearing seat-belts. The photos I used are from an actual car accident that resulted in the death of a 18-year-old male. Of the three persons in that car, two survived because they were wearing seat belts. The poster is ringed with general sayings that people might say when they decide not to use a seat belt. The people in this car were not drinking, or under the influence of anything.
This is a persuasive poster I and another classmate worked on for my first class in Graphics Communication. The idea is not just to get the person to look at the poster, but to have it speak to them, and persuade them to take the action you desire. This poster uses repetition and a dominant color (red) to draw the eye straight down the page, and bring the reader to the contact information and the tag line “Can You See The Truth”. Effective in gaining the audience, and bringing them to the information.