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April 2017

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At Inlingua’s over 70 language schools native-language professionals teach every foreign language throughout Germany. In short: With Inlingua you’ll easily learn to master languages. To highlight how effective learning becomes when done through the Inlingua concept, we visualized the learning success as a ruler’s throne. The newly acquired foreign language skills are literally crowned.

The overall three motives for the most popular languages English, French and Italian pick up hundreds of country-specific and historically relevant elements. Each element was re-build in 3D. Through a laboriously work process the bits and pieces merged to three impressive thrones. The complete artwork raised student numbers at Inlingua’s language courses up to new highs.

Print advertisement created by Kolle Rebbe, Germany for Inlingua, within the category: Education.

Advertising Agency: Kolle Rebbe, Hamburg, Germany
Executive Creative Director: Sascha Hanke
Art Director: Karolin Berndt
Graphic Designer: Trang Vu
Copywriter: Pascal Mattwig
Art Buying: Katrin Grün
Production: Dimitri Ismer
Consulting: Stefanie Karrer
CGI & Postproduction: Recom
CGI Artists: Sebastian Schierwater, Richard Jenkinson
Post Artist: Jonas Braukmann
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Data's picture

You made a mistake, it's not "chateau de Français" but "chateau de France".
You could at least write properly when you are making advertising for language schools.

Data
Activity Score 337
Data's picture

You made a mistake, it's not "chateau de Français" but "chateau de France".
You could at least write properly when you are making advertising for language schools.

Data
Activity Score 337
iamthetarget's picture

Would "Chateau de Français" refer to the language or a French speaker, rather than the country, which is what "Chateau de France" sounds like to me? Just curious.

iamthetarget
Activity Score 11
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