Hi guys, just sharing an article I have found on abs-cbnnews.com. It is a great feeling that the new campaign is receiving such a swift and positive feedback. It really is indeed More Fun here! Have you created your very own More Fun:-) photo? I just did mine! The font officially used is not available in my system so I utilized the closest one I could find.
From ‘prison break’ to ‘historic ruins’, below are some More Fun logos I have found over the net.
From street fights to kisses: ‘More fun’ photos go viral
Posted at 01/09/2012 3:26 PM | Updated as of 01/09/2012 3:28 PM
MANILA, Philippines – Some may have accused the government of copying a tourism campaign yet again, but there is no denying that “It’s more fun in the Philippines” has made a positive impact as netizens continue to create their own versions of the country’s newest slogan. Several photos featuring things that are “more fun in the Philippines” have been making the rounds on the Internet, prompting others to come up with ideas of their own. An image of spider fighting, a popular pastime in the country, read” “Street Fights. More Fun in the Philippines.” A photo of Ifugaos riding wooden scooters in Mountain province, on the other hand, had the text: “High rollers. More fun in the Philippines.” “Kisses. More Fun in the Philippines” featured the Chocolate Hills in Bohol, while “Prison Break. More fun in the Philippines” showed a photo of the famous Cebu dancing inmates. Other images poked fun at the country’s culture — a photo of Filipino bread pan de sal had the text: “Bread. More PAN in the Philippines.” This as Filipinos tend to pronounce “f” as “p,” “v” as “b,” and “th” as either “d” or “t.” With more and more people crafting their own posters illustrating what is “more fun in the Philippines,” the DOT may have an easier time spreading the word about the country. The DOT launched “It’s more fun in the Philippines” in the international market and the shorter “#1 for fun Philippines” in the domestic market on Friday, months after the agency faced criticism over its failed “Pilipinas Kay Ganda” campaign. Hours after the launch, some netizens attacked the DOT for allegedly plagiarizing.