A Designed World: Child-Abuse Ad Uses Lenticular Printing

Posted on May 14, 2013

Child-Abuse Ad Uses Lenticular Printing to Send Kids a Secret Message That Adults Can’t See
David Kiefaber, adweek.com

The ANAR Foundation, a Spanish child-advocacy organization, used lenticular printing in this powerful outdoor ad to send different messages to children and adults. Anyone under about 4-foot-3 sees bruising on the child’s face in the poster, along…

[Read More at Original source]
Child-Abuse Ad Uses Lenticular Printing to Send Kids a Secret Message That Adults Can't See
Everyone has a QuietYell™ ready to explode forth and here we capture the lifestyle of art & design from around the world. Posts cover paintings, graffiti & street art, sculpted work, architecture, products, technology, self-made & crafts, and much, much more. Subscribe to Scott Monaco's Life of Art magazine on Flipboard and be inspired by the art and design from across the world! - QuietYell.com
This post is shared via our “Life of Art” Flipboard.com Magazine: http://flip.it/lxEcb – The work in this post was not created by QuietYell™ and is copyright its respective creator(s). However, it is work that inspires us and we hope you will be joyfully inspired as well. Please visit the links to see more & support the work and its creators. Learn More About Flipboard on QuietYell