Wednesday, 14 October 2009

analysis of NSPCC charity advert

bib- blue, suggests sadness, lonliness, sorrow.
dog-0ne ear up, maybe listening to violence or the only person the child can trust.
paper- wet from tears/ dribble from being out of control
bib is crumpled- neglect?
one side light, one side dark- abuse hidden from the rest of the world.
dogs eyes turned up- shocked?

"hug me" text- shows the baby needs help or comfort
bone- a sign of aid form the dog?

Friday, 9 October 2009

types of charity campaign

primary colours on toy-young baby?
fluff coming out of toys neck- furious? angry? signifies the adults temper towards child.
dark shadow cast on the toy- shows that the abuse is hidden
one ear up could show the toy is listening to the violence and could be the only witness
"real children can't be fixed" shows a childs imagination that everything an be fixed
jumpsuit- pyjamas?

BUBBL.US reasearch into different charities