Los anuncios en una estación del Metro de Londres fueron reemplazados con imágenes de gatos (Fotos+Video)

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La asociación Ciudadanos Publicidad inició una campaña de crowdfunding para recaudar el dinero suficiente que permita reemplazar los anuncios estándar para los nuevos batidos de proteínas y aplicaciones de hipoteca con fotos de gatos en una estación del metro de Londres, reseña el diario británico Metro

El plan ha embellecido el sistema de transporte, con más de 60 anuncios que presentan lindos gatos desde todos los ángulos en la estación del metro de Clapham Common.

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A passenger passes some of over 60 adverts in Clapham Common underground station, London, which have been replaced with pictures of cats as part of the ëCitizens Advertising Takeover Service, which aims to create a peaceful, unbranded space in the heart of London, free from commercial advertising. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. The posters feature cats from Battersea Dogs & Cats home and Cats Protection, as well as cats sent in by members of the public. Picture date: Monday September 12, 2016. Photo credit should read: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire
Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire
A passenger passes some of over 60 adverts in Clapham Common underground station, London, which have been replaced with pictures of cats as part of the ëCitizens Advertising Takeover Service, which aims to create a peaceful, unbranded space in the heart of London, free from commercial advertising. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. The posters feature cats from Battersea Dogs & Cats home and Cats Protection, as well as cats sent in by members of the public. Picture date: Monday September 12, 2016. Photo credit should read: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire
Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire
A passenger passes some of over 60 adverts in Clapham Common underground station, London, which have been replaced with pictures of cats as part of the ëCitizens Advertising Takeover Service, which aims to create a peaceful, unbranded space in the heart of London, free from commercial advertising. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. The posters feature cats from Battersea Dogs & Cats home and Cats Protection, as well as cats sent in by members of the public. Picture date: Monday September 12, 2016. Photo credit should read: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire
Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire