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Mitsubishi's Letters Can Kill Campaign Advocates Against Texting While Driving

 - Jul 8, 2014
References: lightfarmstudios & abduzeedo
In a new campaign designed to stop people from texting while driving, Mitsubishi commissioned Lightfarm Studios to create this character manipulating typography called Letters Can Kill. The faces of prominent political leaders and other historical figures associated with killing people (like Hitler, Saddam Hussein and a KKK clansman) are reshaped to fit into letters of the alphabet. These letters then spell out typical texts, such as "lol," "luv u" and "hi." Just like people can kill, typing letters can kill too.

This campaign will definitely hit home for those who say they only text one letter at a time. The ads also feature the Mitsubishi logo with a text bubble coming out of it, saying "Letters can kill. Don't text while driving!"