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Disney princesses used in incestuous rape awareness posters

A shocking series of posters featuring well-known Disney princess being kissed against their will by their fathers has been released by artist Saint Hoax. The artist has created the posters in a bid to encourage under 18s to speak out against incestuous rape in a project he calls Princest Diaries. He states that “The aim of the poster series is to encourage victims to report their cases in order for the...

Game of Thrones fans can pay £20,000 to be killed in the next book

George R R Martin is giving fans of the mighty Game of Thrones the chance to feature – and be killed in – the next book in the Song of Ice and Fire series, for a mere £20,000. In a bid to raise money for the Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary and The Food Depot of his home town Santa Fe, the author has promised two fans “a grisly death”, much like many of the books’ best-loved characters....

Japanese bar turns passed out drunk people into ‘human posters’ in alcohol awareness campaign

A Japanese bar chain, Yaocho, has launched a clever new campaign, The Sleeping Drunks Billboard, which sees the company incorporate passed out revellers into drink awareness ads. Apparently bar staff were becoming increasingly worried about the number of people lying in the streets after a heavy night, a phenomenon becoming disturbingly common in Japan, so the company teamed duct tape and a hashtag (of course),...

First ever billboard set to appear on the moon

Yep, the moon. A Japanese beverage company, Otsuka, will place a large 1kg titanium version of their sports drink, Pocari Sweat, on the moon’s surface in October 2015. The cannister will contain a powdered version of the citrus-flavoured drink , with a Falcon 9 rocket carrying it on what will be a four-and-a- half day voyage. It will be placed on the lunar surface by a company called Astrobotic Technology,...

Phony Mandela interpreter lands himself starring role in ad

The interpreter who made a name for himself by being terrible at his job has landed a role in an advert for an app which allows users to broadcast live video to friends and followers. The bizarre ad  makes light of Thamsanqa Jantjie’s offensive and strange sign interpreting of Mandela’s funeral, and features him talking about how he’s cashed in on the performance, and how he’s sorry for...

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