In a lewd throwback to the area's rough-and-tumble days as the global peep show capital, Click 3X designed a unique street-level window display for Devito/Verdi, and their client, Daffy's, that combines the novelty of interactive gadgetry with the power of live performance. Passersby will encounter a velvet curtain that a hidden model will occasionally poke her head through. A gaudy neon sign hangs above. The curious can place their hand in a certain spot, which is connected to the sign, to launch a show. The model swaggers onto the stage and, as the sign above flashes, "Wanna see what 20 percent off looks like?" removes a portion of her clothes. As the percentage on the sign grows - 40, 60, 80 - more clothing items fly off, until the velvet curtain drops over them and the show ends with "Wanna see more? Come downstairs" flashing across the screen.
Ambient advertisment created by Devito/Verdi, United States for Daffy's, within the category: Retail Services.
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