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

(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)

Leave Your Comment Below

More Inspiring Stories

We Will Help You Learn Russian Swear Words
The Incredible Delicated Tattoos of Eva Karabudak
Satirical NSFW Illustrations Of Today’s Problems By Gunduz Agayev
Disney Princesses Reimagined As Celebrities And Glamour Supermodels
Google Street Images And Street View Scenes From Slavic Countries
The Awesome Hairstylist That Gives Free Haircuts To The Homeless Every Sunday
Surrounding Reality: The Superb Metro Cyberpunk Photo Manipulations Of KellaX
"Am I Evil?": Slick Artworks By Icky H
Star Wars Characters Reimagined As Winnie The Pooh And Friends
Stunning Concept Art From The Video Game The Witcher 3 By CD Projekt Red
La Purrsh: Enter Casey Weldon’s Entrancing World Of Love, Fear And Nostalgia
This Artist Sends Elaborate Abusive Postcards To Anyone Who Tweet Him With An Address
LEGO Tattoo By Pilot Extra-fine
Where Have All Your Dreams Gone: Magical Photography By Joel Robison
McDonald's Campaign with Cossette Montreal Reminds Movers to Take a Break During Moving Day
Portuguese Street Artist Creates These Fantastic Artworks By Using A City Garbage
Portrait of Steve Jobs Made With Apples
Creative Mom Paints On Skylight To Make Her Daughter Go To Kindergarten Class
Kawaii In The Afterlife: The Playfully Religious Art Of Japanese Illustrator Hasuimo
This Artist Created The Most Unreal Pokémon Fan Art
This Artist Makes Silly Portraits Of Food
Fascinating Street Art in France Using 30,000 Origamis
This Russian Facebook Group Is Recreating Famous Paintings While Isolating, And They’re Brilliant
Artist Lucy Litman Impressively Matches Tons Of Tasty Treats With Pantone Colors
35 Brides Before And After Their Wedding Makeup That You’ll Barely Recognize
The Snail Family In Medieval Art
Romantic And Heart-Melting Unsent Text Messages
Largest Mural on an Inhabited Building in the World
Fortuna Todisco
Old Superheroes: Artist Shows How Superheroes Will Look When They Retire