This is a perfect example of what i'd like to with accomplish with my final piece a mix of juxtapositioning and victorian art.
I like the simplicity of these images, making them really easy to read and understand, this is what my final poster image needs to be.
This is the sort of style I want for my work for it looks like an old London poster you'd see in Victorian Britain.
First when we were given the brief I looked at the cockney alphabet we were given. The first thing that jumped out at me, it’s illustrative qualities, was Cat and Mouse – House. I wanted to make it that the cat made up the main part of the house and the mouse is the door, like the cat is looming over the mouse forebodingly because it’s about the pounce. This idea wasn’t as clear as I wanted it to be, for it was hard to make the shape of the cat still look like a house. The next rhyme that caught my eye was Jackdaw – Jaw, which made me think of the pedigree chum ‘dentastixs’ with dogs with oversized human teeth which is not only funny but makes it very obvious in the image what they’re trying to mock-sell.