Burger King

World Literacy Month

Agency: Code and Theory


The campaign saw the chain post menus written in gibberish at one of its drive-thru restaurants in the U.S. to show the other approximately 80 percent what it feels like to be illiterate.

This professional campaign titled 'World Literacy Month' was published in United States in September, 2016. It was created for the brand: Burger King, by ad agency: Code and Theory. This Digital medium campaign is related to the Food industry and contains 1 media asset. It was submitted almost 8 years ago.


Advertising Agency: Code and Theory, New York, USA
Group Creative Director: Brad Dixon
Associate Creative Director: Mike Latshaw
Art Director: Daniel Nosonowitz
Junior Visual Designer: Riley Walker
Associate Strategy Director: Kelly Meyers
Community Manager: Hallie Martin
Group Account Director: Jill Bernstein
Executive Producer / Content: Jeremy Fox
Content Producer: Jos Diaz
Associate Producer: Shaina Thomas
Partner: Steve Baer
Director of Client Services: Dotty Giordano
Production Company: BrehmLab LLC
Director: Fred Brehm


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