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Sunday, May 22, 2016

Naruto T-Shirt Retail Art

Above is a photo I found online of how some Japanese clerk carefully folded some shirts featuring a character (or two) from the famed manga (comic book) series Naruto... so that when viewed from the side, you can see exactly what the front of the shirt looks like.

It's brilliant, and works as great shelf appeal - but only until someone comes along and buys a shirt.

It's even worse if the shop loads the shirts according to size: Small (Essi-sai) on top to XL (Ex-su-erru sai) on the bottom.

However, this being Japan, I would bet that should a clerk see a customer purchase on of those shirts, they would immediately have someone carefully fold and replace it on the retail shelf.

All for minimum wage. 

Banzai,
Andrew Joseph

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