Designed by Sander Huiberts and Richard van Tol from Creative Heroes, the idea behind the sets of dice is to encourage daily random acts of kindness.

The dice sets come in three versions - Kindness, Wellness and Eco. The Kindness set recommends acts like smiling, paying compliments and other ‘do good’ options.

Wellness suggests you have a laugh, take the stairs (or slow down), and Eco reminds you to do things like sort your rubbish, unplug devices on stand-by and use reusable shopping bags.

The designers believe the dice sets can help to reduce the sometimes complex thought processes involved in thinking positively and being kind to others and the environment.

Throw the dice and let the pictogram tell you what is your good deed for the day!

The sets are available from BIS Publishers

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