sumsum's picture
615 pencils

kinda nice. i like it. maybe for a newsmagazine as well..

TRICKY's picture
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AL GORE, bush, Bush, AL GORE, ALGORE, AL GORE, ALGORE ALGORE , BUSH???????!!!!!!!!= WHITEHOUSE, OIL WAR, MAJOR CIVILIZATION CONFLICT .......some stuff are hard to explain ...learn english

The man who stops advertising to save money is like the man who stops the clock to save time

Disco Munky's picture
Disco Munky
3900 pencils

That's a pretty straight forward (?) way of visually explaining an overly complex thing.


"stay low, move fast"

Doin' it for the points

ricklongo's picture
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I don't think this ad makes sense at all. How will learning English help you understand North American politics in Brazil, especially when there's constant media coverage there, in Portuguese, about the upcoming American elections?

EscolaElisava's picture
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well, i-m brazilian, and it makes sense to me.
despite the incorrect english wich everybody already pointed and sure, yeah, its unnacceptable coming from that specific client

desailly's picture
470 pencils

"Some stuff are hard to explain. Learn English"

Practice what you preach, malandro.

Idea's ok, though.

GregRog's picture
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Awesome ad....aside from the typo of course.

Wordnerd's picture
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i don't get this whole campaign. do they want to confuse you to say "you can only understand this, when you speak english/spanish/..."?

Frits Harkema's picture
Frits Harkema
713 pencils

Me know nothink, me from Barcelona.

sold's picture
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i kinda like it, but some question came in my minda: who needs to know english to understand about USA election`s?
Politics are a really relevant subject for the target? young people i believe
the argument is weak.
imagine this ad published in some newspaper, the audience read the ad, pass the page and, WOW, the newspaper come up with a WHOLE report about USA election, in portuguese.

I kinda like it, but not sure if works, or sell.

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