Business cards for kids

Just in case you missed this when it was first posted on Feed, we’re reposting it here: Ogilvy Brazil created personalised business cards for children at the Red Balloons English school

Just in case you missed this when it was first posted on Feed, we’re reposting it here: Ogilvy Brazil created personalised business cards for children at the Red Balloons English school

Red Balloon, an English School for kids, asked its students what they wanted to be when they grow up.

Based on their answers, Ogilvy Brazil designed personalised Kids Business Cards. “Result: more kids believe in their dreams and more parents believe in the importance of English for their kids’ future,” say the agency.

CREDITS:
Agency: Ogilvy Brazil
Executive Creative Director: Anselmo Ramos
Creative Director: Fred Saldanha
Copywriter: Hugo Veiga
Art Director: Diego Machado / Arthur D’Araujo
Ilustrator: Arthur D’Araujo / Diego Machado

 

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