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The common saying, "a picture is worth a thousand words" is no longer questioned in the twenty-first century where information is extensively rendered in visual terms. The rise of digital capture devices and online social media presumes that visual culture is heading towards greater influence in every aspect of life. This paper explores the ways visual representations attract the viewer's attention, and based on Jewitt and Oyama's analytical framework of visual social semiotics seeks todoi:10.13185/kk2015.02502 fatcat:qju65vcsz5hx5l4rbdjwm5kuyy