Posters remain the most prevalent propaganda media form. This is because they communicated with people in history. Posters were always put in public places where people could easily have access to them. They were placed in shops, plastered over walls in the street, and popular places of interest. This allowed the general public to read the contents of the posters easily. Generally, the posters are meant to spread ideologies and inspire the masses. Propaganda was used to spread much-needed information in solidarity with a cause. This was prevalent during the World Wars. Posters helped to gather people together to boost support.