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Teen mental health animation by Arm Sattavron:

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Benjamin Lloyd is a Kiwi tattoo artist who gives hospitalised children fake body ink on using non-toxic ink stencils.

He recently tatted-up all the newly admissions at Auckland’s Starship Children Hospital. It’s a fantastic act of charity and you can see from the smiles how much it means to the kids:

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On edge

Some clever visual depictions of anxiety, by art director Kyle Bean and photographer Aaron Tilley for Kinfolk Magazine:

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Really cool typographic work for the anti-bullying campaign Words Can Be Weapons by Ogilvy & Mather Beijing:

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I think the idea behind this video – using Youtube advertising to fund a homeless charity – is a really great one.

But I’m not sure I buy the stuff about the using the Youtube tags to game advertisers into buying space around the video. It seems to me that the ability to game the system so easily would be something that Google would have worked hard to crack down on in general, especially since it is essentially undermining the perceived value of the ad space they’re selling.

That aside, it’s a clever way of actually making slacktivism genuinely do good. Rather than ‘raising awareness’ watching a video, you are (indirectly) funding a charity:

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Oof. This video produced by the British soldiers’ charity Veterans For Peace was produced to challenge the British Army’s policy of recruiting 16 year olds into the most dangerous army jobs, and it’s a hell of a gut punch.

The fact that the parody of 80s kids ads is so spot-on makes it hit all the harder, as it sneaks in such a hard-hitting message:

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Shadow graffiti from an abandoned Brazilian asylum:

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