This recruiting poster targets people with disabilities. The artist has included many visual aspects, which make this poster appealing. There is a plant in the foreground, which should be a nice symbol of life. This poster should be a must for academic recruitment (or just about any recruiting).
This recruiting poster was designed to target people with visual impairments, and is one of a series of posters designed to recruit women for the US Navy. Each of these posters shows a female helping her country in a different way. Women were needed because most of the women (and men) were working in the manufacturing industries.
This recruiting poster was designed to target women with disabilities during World War 2. Although the text does not explicitly say that World War 2 has been going on for too long, the posters' message is clear. These women need to do whatever they can to help support their country, whether it be by designing I/O devices for the US Navy or recruiting the women of America to work for IBM.
This recruiting poster was designed to target people with hearing impairments. It shows a man using his hearing to work on a machine, which is making noise. The man is wearing headphones and has a pencil in his pocket.
This recruiting poster was designed to target women during the war. It shows a group of women performing a task which must have been very difficult at this time, working on a machine which is very likely to be used to kill people.
The poster on the left is a recruiting poster for the British Army. Most English-speakers would have been able to read the text, but the poster was also printed in four other languages: Urdu, Arabic, Spanish and French. The interesting thing here is that the poster was designed to be read and therefore translated in the languages that the soldiers would understand. The poster would be read out loud and the soldiers would take the posters away with them to have a look at them in quiet before acting on them. If they didn't understand a part of the poster they could ask their fellow soldiers to read it out loud to them.
This poster was produced in November 1915 and was the last one to make use of an image in the recruitment campaign. By the time it was produced enlistment numbers had fallen and the introduction of conscription was inevitable. However, posters like this were still used to encourage people to enlist before they became conscripts.
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