Tokyo’s Giant Cat Billboard Is Big Enough To Pet – Design You Trust

Tokyo’s Giant Cat Billboard Is Big Enough To Pet


A new billboard went up in Tokyo’s Shibuya Station. It’s of a giant black cat. It seems you can pet the giant cat. That, or stick your fingers in its nose. All your fingers.


The billboard is for Kuroneko Yamato (Black Cat Yamato), a Japanese shipping service. This is certainly an arresting billboard!

Via Kotaku

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