|All posters are different but at the same time all of them have one common feature: they all present some piece of information in the way that highlights something particular. This is a nature of posters irrespectively of what their primary purposes are. Thus, for example, science posters are targeted to the audiences of well qualified personnel that is doing some kind of job in a highly demanding environment, maybe, very dangerous or hazardous. Of course, such kind of posters cannot be seen everyday and on every corner, but in some special places only. That is why the posters like that have limited printouts as a rule.
Another field of specialized printed materials are various teaching aids, among which classroom posters are in high demand all over the world. Indeed, it is very helpful for both kids and teachers to have something ready and about the subject they study now. A few other words should be said in addition here about this kind of posters. Very often teaching aids are combined like, for example, a color book plus alphabet posters, each for one letter or something like of that kind. Notably, that in these cases dimensions of posters may be very different and suitable for various workouts and classroom activities that children will like while having some particular posters at hand.
For older students, say, in a secondary or high school they have more designated posters that are dealing with some particular school subjects or even topics. For instance, everyone might remember some chemistry posters used widely in classes with fancy chemical symbols and items around. The same could be at math or history classes as well. The common feature for all teaching posters is their ability to emphasize some particular piece of knowledge that students have to pay attention at that particular moment.
But, of course, if we talk about science Albert Einstein is about the most famous person there ever. His images are found in very many learning establishments, offices, appartments, restaurants and houses. The absolute sales leader is undoubtedly the Einstein posters where he sticks his tongue out, but the are plenty other images of him, many of which still are quite comical, sold in all kids of stores.
As one can see, the above mentioned facts reveal another side of posters’ life in the human society and serving to it every day while warning, teaching and entertaining people at the different stages of their lives. It is no surprise that the number of poster uses is so large because human beings are capable to obtain and process up to 80-90% of all incoming from outside info by visual organs or eyes. This fact explains a lot for the role of posters in the modern everyday life of people. Moreover, it seems that with this the life of posters does not end, on the contrary, as we all can see posters are already in use over the Web… what’s the next?