The iPad version of DATUM magazine features an advertisement for a fictitious furrier. You can see a young lady wearing a fur coat. The iPad user, who wants to continue browsing, will now try to remove the advertisement by making that familiar finger-wipe movement, which, however, does not work. Instead, every finger-wipe movement will leave behind blood stains on the fur. The more the user tries, the more blood will appear. This interactive iPad ad was created for VGT (Association Combating Animal Factories).
VGT: Blood sticks to everything17
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- Date: 2 August 2011
- Industry: Non-profit
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