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April 2009

Print advertisment created by 3-Sixty, Singapore for Inlingua, within the category: Education.

Improve diction with conviction.

Advertising Agency: 3-Sixty Brand Communications
Art Director: Stez Chong
Copywriter: Jeremy Lesslar
Photographer: Collin, BlackStudio

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lol best guest comment ever

Copy's lackluster. At best

Madibaman's picture
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The whole time, I kept thinking it was a public service campaign. I think the whole campaign just tried too hard to be witty but lost its focus. The art direction's uninspired and the writing's well... very junior sounding and tepid, at best. In my opinion, I think you need to be a brilliant writer to pull off headline driven ads. This wasn't it.

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Who the hell knew this had anything to do with learning proper English? By the time your eyes get to the bottom of the page, it's too late to care about the message.

TRICKY's picture
Activity Score 3794

i ve stopped turning cops into corpses

-sure thing you're in jail

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

NastyJester's picture
Activity Score 740

I used to teach English as a foreign language, and this is the only ad in the campaign that has the beginnings of an insight IF they're making reference to the way that different native tongues would pronounce different words. THEN you wouldn't need the gag visual at all, and could just run a lovely, insightful campaign that would appeal directly to different nationalities wishing to learn English.

kai539's picture
Activity Score 244

quite negative to the advertiser
why use such metaphor? it's not humorous at all

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Srivatss N Iyer
Activity Score 121

this is AWESOME work. Thumbs up