Clapham Common Tube station is being taken over by cats
Posters featuring cats were on display at the Clapham Common Tube station in London.
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For the next two weeks, a Tube station in South London will create a rip in the space time continuum. The has replaced 68 adverts in Clapham Common with pictures of cats. This isn’t a clever marketing stunt for a pet food brand, or a guerrilla campaign for a new TV series. The people behind it are volunteers who raised the money on Kickstarter. We want to inspire people to think differently about the world and realise they have the power to change it.The same ad spaces that shouted about insurance and laundry detergent last week now contain nothing but fluffy cats, as an art collective uses the internet’s number-one obsession to temporarily transform the London Tube system. The is the result of a Kickstarter campaign by brand-new collective Glimpse aiming to “create a rip in the space time continuum.”The Citizens Advertising Takeover Service (AKA C.A.T.S.) just launched a funny, ridiculous that seeks to do something awesome: they want to replace every single ad in a London Tube station with pictures of cats. That might seem like a distant dream. But six months ago, few of us would have imagined a London Tube station filled with pictures of cats, either.