Someone Just Took Vines Out Of The Phone And Put Them On The Streets Of Manhattan

To celebrate the opening of their Manhattan stores, Lowe’s Home Improvement has created real life Vines and installed them in their new store windows.

They are fully animated displays operating in continuous, six second loops. They even have their own interactive “Like” buttons and digital Loop Counters. You can see them on the corner of 19th Street and 6th Avenue in Chelsea, until the end of August.

They’re attracting a lot of attention from passersby.

They even have their own interactive “Like” buttons and digital Loop Counters.

Via Bored Panda

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