Kudos to the creative Spanish minds that have brought billboards to a whole new level. This billboard for the ANAR Foundation (Aid to Children and Adolescents at Risk) is able to reach two different audiences at once.
Through the power of lenticular printing, adults and children see different messages when staring at the same billboard. The content visible to each person is based on the their vantage point. Anyone under 4 feet 3 inches will see a message targeted to children, and anyone taller will see a message tailored to adults.
Check out this video to see it in action.
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
I decided to dust off my blog to talk about something near and dear to my heart, Daffodil Month. Did you know that every 3 minutes, cancer picks a fight with another Canadian? Every April, the Canadian Cancer Society-with the help of generous volunteers- sell daffodil pins. Daffodils are worn to support Canadians living with cancer and to let them know they do not have to face this disease alone.
In August of 2012 I started working for the Canadian Cancer Society and my passion for this organization and everything it does has intensified. I wear my pin not only for family members I have lost to cancer and family who have survived, but to also show that I am a part of this fight and support everyone working towards seeing cancer defeated.
I want to sincerely thank everyone who wore a daffodil this April. It is becoming the "poppy of spring" and I look forward to more and more Canadians uniting in the fight against cancer each and every April.