This projects should be approximately 1250-1500 words, I can send you 2 pages essay which I write with this project before. You can extend that and write some concepts of semiotics for this. Also, you need to the poster of this perfume, I will send the simple poster to you and you need to add something on that as well.
1) Introduction (@ 300 words): Provide a detailed textual description and brief assessment of the object that could be used to explain it to anyone. It should be meaningful to someone who is unfamiliar with it, or someone who is visually impaired, or someone who is not from your community or have your cultural background. A good Introduction will set the tone for the sections that follow. 2) Justification (@ 300 words): Provide a solid, thorough discussion of and justification for the semiotic concepts that inform your approach to creating an advertisement for this object. Consider the following questions (these are suggestive and not meant to be proscriptive): *What rhetorical devices are you using to create your advertisement, and why? How are you using them? To what end? *Which master tropes are you using to structure your advertisement, and how are you using them? *How are you engaging with concepts such as denotation and connotation? Literal and figurative language? Realism? Why and how are these important for your advertisement? 3) Audience (@ 300 words): Provide a detailed description of the audience or audiences for which the advertisement is intended and your what you are hoping your advertisement communicates to them. You might also consider: to what degree does your advertisement leave open possibilities of interpretation that you cannot account for or control for? 4) The Final Advertisement: This section is entirely up to you, but it should incorporate visual and textual information about your object and any other elements you believe will demonstrate the semiotic concepts you have chosen to put your advertisement together. 5) Reflection (@ 300 words): Provide a thoughtful, reflective statement about what you have learned from this course about semiotics, what has been the most useful and why, and how this knowledge has enabled you to put this advertisement together. How, for example, did creating this advertisement take you back to our very first discussions of the problems of representation?