Anti-Abuse Ad Uses Lenticular Printing to Show Alternate Photo to Kids
"Anyone over 4’5″ sees the poster minus the bruises, number and offer for help. But when children see the ad, the hotline number and offer to help become visible. Adults get an awareness message, children get an offer for help."

Anti-Abuse Ad Uses Lenticular Printing to Show Alternate Photo to Kids

"Anyone over 4’5″ sees the poster minus the bruises, number and offer for help. But when children see the ad, the hotline number and offer to help become visible. Adults get an awareness message, children get an offer for help."

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