“I mean, talk about graphic design,” mocked host James Corden.
The new “necessary masks” signs of BC Ferry received an abundance of free publicity in the last week, but for unwanted purposes. Now, the signs seem to be getting their share of attention south of the (closed) border.
James James Corden, host of the Late Late Show, highlighted the subjectively provocative signaling during Wednesday night’s episode.
“A company in Canada is getting a lot of attention on the Internet for its sign encouraging people to wear a mask,” Corden told the audience, “because–“Well, you will see it when you see it.”
The audience burst out laughing when the picture appeared on the screen.
Is it a sign of a “mandatory mask” or are you just glad you didn’t see it? 👀 pic.twitter.com/BTALAfq9dF
– Late Late Show with James Corden (@latelateshow) November 19, 2020
“I mean, talk about graphic design,” Corden joked.
At one point in the clip, the host of the “Late Late” show laughed amicably at the producer’s expense, following her delayed reaction to the image – something some of Britain’s more innocent Colombians could address.
A spokesman for BC Ferris responded to the first wave of reactions last Friday. “What imagination … if there is anyone who was not aware of our mandatory requirement to wear masks … they know now,” the company said on Twitter.
Can you spot the ph-alasia?
Posted by Vancouver on Monday, November 16, 2020