Cool Stuff for the week ending 09/06/13

Better late than never, here’s what I’ve been looking at for the last week

Kittens on the Beat

Angry angry kittens.

Irritable Bowl syndrome

A fantastic use of infographics to show the links between US Football and Communism

Everyday Choices for NSPCC

Powerful piece, wonderfully shot.  Head over to Vimeo to view it in full

Dumb Ways to Die

A fantastic safety ad, that is rumoured to be on course to clean up at Cannes and D&AD

 

Things Come apart by Todd McLellan

Check out more of his work on The Guardian and his book is now out

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