The upper text, is a long list of Chilean last names that –in spanish- mean opposite things. For example “Los Rubio, los Moreno” would be literally translated as “The Blondes, The Brunettes”, and so on. Being one of Chile’s most important football teams, Universidad de Chile’s most relevant attribute (even recognized by rival teams) are indeed it’s fans. Their passion knows no limits, no social differences, no professions. When you love this team, that’s all that matters. You’re part of this family.
Print advertisment created by Pedro Juan & Diego, Chad for Universidad de Chile Football Club, within the category: Recreation, Leisure.
The lower text reads: One Single Family.
Chief Creative Officer: Rodrigo Briceño
Head of Copy: José Letelier
Head of Art: Claudio Campistó
Creative Director: Adolfo Lira, Pablo Silva
Art Director: Adolfo Lira, Eduardo Friz
Copywriter: Carlos Inostroza, Pablo Silva
Illustrator: Claudio Campistó, Adolfo Lira
Photographer: Paolo Remedy
Additional credits: Cristián Cáceres, Ramiro Silva
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