This type of typography works well for the year the opera is based in which is 1904, its a more classy style of writing but it would not appeal to the target audience i am trying to get to attend the opera.

This type of typography works well for the year the opera is based in which is 1904, its a more classy style of writing but it would not appeal to the target audience i am trying to get to attend the opera.

Maria Callas sings an aria from "Madame Butterfly." This aria is very well known, but the name is not given in the description.

Maria Callas sings an aria from "Madame Butterfly." This aria is very well known, but the name is not given in the description.

The cover of an early Italian edition of the music and words for Puccini's opera Madama Butterfly

Puccini, Madama Butterfly

The cover of an early Italian edition of the music and words for Puccini's opera Madama Butterfly

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Madame Butterfly Poster

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This style of writing would be more suited to my target audience it is a simple style of writing and its all in caps to make it look bold and stand out.

This style of writing would be more suited to my target audience it is a simple style of writing and its all in caps to make it look bold and stand out.

advertising stradegy - this advertising campaign comes across as a poster for madam butterfly, although it could be used for a flyer & book cover , visual communication - inspirational, as the giesha back is turned to us it makes us think that she is depressed, hurt and scared, And Motivational as this makes us want to watch the opera to find out exactly what emotion she is displaying. Typography as the type uses serifs it has an older affect and relates to when Madame Butterfly was created

advertising stradegy - this advertising campaign comes across as a poster for madam butterfly, although it could be used for a flyer & book cover , visual communication - inspirational, as the giesha back is turned to us it makes us think that she is depressed, hurt and scared, And Motivational as this makes us want to watch the opera to find out exactly what emotion she is displaying. Typography as the type uses serifs it has an older affect and relates to when Madame Butterfly was created

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