‘Alphabet Of Illiteracy’: Funny, Catchy Film About Illiteracy Quickly Turns Dark

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Composite image by DesignTAXI. Video screenshots via Felt Music

If you’re reading this, you’re part of the lucky 80% of people who can. Having the privilege of being able to read and write prevents you from being exploited into dreadful circumstances. Unfortunately, the rest of the world doesn’t have much of a choice.

In Project Literacy’s viral 2016 campaign video for ‘Alphabet of Illiteracy’, Wilfrid Wood’s delightful works mesh with Felt Music’s catchy tune adapted by the classic song ‘A’ You’re Adorable.

The stunning piece re-uploaded by Felt Music has surfaced again after recently being selected as a Vimeo ‘Staff Pick’—and while it looks visually pleasing, its message is anything but lovely.

Watch the video below, which aims to educate the public about 26 problematic issues degraded by illiteracy.

[via Felt Music]
Source: designtaxi