Censorship By: Eric Drooker

Report
Presentation By: Austin Cummins
Purpose?
The purpose of this
visual is to show
how the media
censors us from
what’s really going
on in the world and
that there is always
someone behind
the censorship.
Audience?
This image is
attended to appeal to
everyone but it keys
in on people who
seek the truth and
those who spend a
lot of time watching
or reading the news
and use that as a
hard fact.
Intentions?
This image was
created to make you
realize that not every
thing you hear or
read is the truth and
that you shouldn’t
rely on all
information from the
media instead you
should seek the truth
on your own.
Techniques?
The artist used a mans face to
represent the people who listen
to the news and also those who
know the truth, the two hands
over the eyes mean that they
keep the general public from
hearing the truth and the hand
over the mouth shows they
keep people from telling the
whole truth, he put newspaper
articles on the sleeves of the
hands to show that the media
is doing the dirty work and
censoring the news and the
hands represent the people
behind the censoring of the
news.
Composition Factors
The artist only made
five of the words
from the newspaper
article readable to
emphasize that you
only read what they
want you to read
and the rest of the
story is hidden.
Ethos?
This image is
ethically appealing
by showing that
people are hiding
something from you
and if you’re the
type of person that
tells the truth all the
time then you
would want others
to do the same.
Pathos?
This image is
emotionally
appealing because
it makes people
angry that they are
being lied to by a
source that they
count on for
everyday news.
Logos?
This image is
logically appealing
because you know
that lying is wrong
and finding out
your being lied to
makes you want to
find the culprit
behind it and
expose them.
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Drooker, Eric. Drooker.com. N.p, n.d. Web. 28
February 2013.
http://www.drooker.com/drawings.html

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