Here is the final image we have created. With the colours and the characters stance we wanted to show a new dawn for the people of dorset.
In the positioning of the posters we knew the points which people congregated or walked past the most so we decided to pout our posters in those spots to draw attraction toward our poster and get the point of it across to the people around.
As you can see here, we chose t place one near the cafe and female toilet. The people queuing for a drink or going to the toilet would be able to clearly see the poster which they may do to waste time or just our of interest.
The second place we put our poster was near the entrance of the room. As shown above there is a giant figure of the sully character from Monsters Inc whom grabs peoples attention as soon as he is visible so we decided to attach the posters to him as we would be able to get any attention from him redirected to what he is holding in his mouth and hand.
The positioning of the poster was a very important feature to the success of this poster. Without picking the correct area no attention was drawn to it and everyone would turn a blind eye, no point would be able to get across and they may not realise there is a chance for change. Overall, this has made me think about how the environment plays a big part on how the audience doesn’t or does see the media.