Say what you mean
A rather lovely new campaign for a leading language school from Y&R Peru highlights the importance of expressing yourself clearly
Británico is, apparently, the leading English language institute locally. Y&R commissioned Venezuelan illustrator Igor Bastidas to work on its 2013 enrollment campaign.
Each poster contains a witty vignette of the process by which you can think of one word but end up saying another.
Anyone else reminded of the Numskulls in The Beezer? Or what goes on in Homer's head when he's asked a particularly hard question?
Agency: Y&R Peru
Executive Creative Director: Flavio Pantigoso
Head of Art: Christian Sánchez
Copywriter: Daniel de León, Daniel Lobatón
Art Director: Alejandro Bottas, Edher Espinoza
Illustrator: Igor Bastidas
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Ha, clever little comics. Enjoyed them!
I can't help to imagine Kelly Bundy's head
These are great! Love the illustrations and the concept
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