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Clever Ad Campaign Promotes Pet Adoption Using an Optical Illusion Silhouette

sk any pet owner, and they’ll probably tell you that their furry friend has made their family feel complete. Translating this idea into an ingenious advertising campaign is photographer Amol Jadhav and art director/retoucher Pranav Bhide. They’ve recently produced a series of creative pet adoption ads that employ a brilliant use of lighting, which forms an animal version of the famous optical illusion known as Rubin’s vase. The result has two images visible in every sweet portrait.

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The campaign, which supports World For All Animal Care and Adoptions in Mumbai, features three separate posters that each use the same visual effect; a silhouetted family of two or three people who lovingly looking at one another. The negative space between them is carefully arranged, and from afar the shapes of their bodies form the outline of an animal. This is a clever addition to the advertising tagline “There’s always room for one more. Adopt.” The image is only complete once you see the dog, cat, or rabbit that emerges from in between the smiling figures.

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The trio of posters highlighted a 2017 World For All pet adoption event at Sydenham College in Mumbai. The print collateral was effective—aside from an increase in foot traffic, 42 animals were able to find forever homes during the affair.

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The trio of posters highlighted a 2017 World For All pet adoption event at Sydenham College in Mumbai. The print collateral was effective—aside from an increase in foot traffic, 42 animals were able to find forever homes during the affair.

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Pop Culture Icons Invade Van Gogh’s ‘Starry Night’ Painting In Adorable Series

New York-based painter Aja Trier is behind these contemporary mashups that fuse famous pop culture characters with Van Gogh’s legendary ‘The Starry Night’ painting.

Inspiration for the unique collection came from a lapse that was made by an education blog. It had erroneously shared Trier’s painting of the Eiffel Tower and credited it as a piece by Van Gogh. What the blog didn’t realize is that construction for the Eiffel Tower began in 1887 and was successfully erected in 1889; Van Gogh passed away in 1890. See the disparity?

The painter made light of the error and asked herself, what else did Van Gogh not see? Thus her ‘Starry Night’ collection was born. The series stars popular pop culture personalities including ‘Totoro’, ‘No-Face’ from Spirited Away, ‘Snoopy’, ‘Stewie’ from Family Guy, and more.

It had erroneously shared Trier’s painting of the Eiffel Tower and credited it as a piece by Van Gogh. What the blog didn’t realize is that construction for the Eiffel Tower began in 1887 and was

It had erroneously shared Trier’s painting of the Eiffel Tower and credited it as a piece by Van Gogh. What the blog didn’t realize is that construction for the Eiffel Tower began in 1887 and was

It had erroneously shared Trier’s painting of the Eiffel Tower and credited it as a piece by Van Gogh. What the blog didn’t realize is that construction for the Eiffel Tower began in 1887 and was

It had erroneously shared Trier’s painting of the Eiffel Tower and credited it as a piece by Van Gogh. What the blog didn’t realize is that construction for the Eiffel Tower began in 1887 and was