SEALs attack: all advertising on the London Underground was replaced by posters with cats
• Seals attack: all advertising on the London Underground was replaced by posters with cats
If you go down in the London Underground on one of the stations on these days, you'll see the same that saw the British: all advertising was replaced by posters with charming seals. Cats of all kinds and breeds look with billboards with stickers on the turnstiles and posters at stations. Do cats really taken over the world, and we did not notice?
Well, cats are definitely captured all our attention, but world domination, they (still) do not come close. The fact that the campaign metro okoshachivaniya really stand CATS ( "Cats" in English), but it's just short for Citizens Advertising Takeover Service - "Service service advertising citizens."
A few months ago CATS launched a campaign on Kickstarter, to raise funds and to turn Clapham Common underground station "cat invasion." It was endorsed by nearly 700 people, who were sent a total of more than 23,000 pounds (about 30,600 dollars). The idea to see cats instead of annoying ads to show people very, very attractive, so that for it is not a pity to put their own money out of pocket.
It tells the organizer of the campaign, James Turner (James Turner) in his blog, "is not carrying out any crafty marketing. For all these are ordinary volunteers. We want to inspire people to think differently about our world, we want people to understand and become aware of their power to change everything. " So that residents and visitors to London for the next two weeks, there is plenty of time to consider their ability and willingness for change in our world. Otherwise, if we do not, for the world will take seals.
okoshachivaniya campaign subway.
in the campaign to collect money ordinary people.
On the whole station - no advertising, but the sea of cats.
Kotonashestvie in London.
Cats instead of advertising.