Under The Sea Advertisement Analysis

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The “Deer” advertisement, for World Wildlife Fund (WWF) magazine, shows a picture of a deer covered in waste. The deer stands on top of land filled with trash, that once use to be its home. On the bottom of this advertisement reads the text “Rubbish can be recycled. Nature cannot.” Land pollution includes various types of rubbish we make at home, school, hospitals, markets and workplaces. Items like papers, plastics, cans, even used cars and broken electronic goods and broken furniture are all examples of landfill waste. Land pollution can have serious consequences, not only to wildlife but humans as well. The purpose of this advertisement is to show the audience the harmful affects that pollution can have on animals and the land they call …show more content…
On the top right of this advertisement, in a white box is blue text that states, “The greatest wonder of the sea is that it’s still alive.” This is an advertisement for ocean conservation, the goal of this ad is to help address the need to clean up the environment and save what waters we have left. This advertisement was made by Lowe Zurich, in Switzerland, and has become an international advertisement to many other countries in the …show more content…
Even though, civilization has brought us many advantages, its products are polluting and damaging our mother nature. This is one of the largest problems, that it is now affecting the world. It is a major environmental problem, which is threatening the health of animals all over the world, as well as humans. This is why they use these ads as a message, to address the problem, which is pollution. The unconcealed objective is to sell a lifestyle without pollution. The images achieve these goals by using animals in nature, which are both made out of recyclable objects. Whenever I first saw these advertisements, what really stood out to me were the items that they used to represent what is causing pollution in nature. Also, how we as humans need to put an end to this problem, because rubbish can be recycled, nature cannot. Both of these ads can cover any age group that is fully able to understand the problem with the effects pollution has on are lands and

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