Grocery stores and department stores think of ways to attract customers when setting up their displays. We often see pyramids of soda cans or boxes, but there are more interesting displays that we find creative. See more after the jump.
You might have seen several tower displays in grocery stores where the products are stacked on top of one another to form a pyramid. Doing that alone takes time and patience, but imagine having to create a pixelated image? We found these interesting store displays that showcase some famous characters. Each display is carefully done and different products are used to come up with the right colors to form the image. Pretty cool, right? Let’s see more of these pixel art displays:
Information for this article was taken from GeekOSystem.
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