CHEWS A CHARACTER – Informationdesign

In general, the human character is communicated through language and words. This inspired me to create an iconic translation for this subject. The idea was to create forty-five images of different chewing gums, which are then related to specific human features. “Chews a Character“ takes an iconic approach to bringing out a person’s features in a very ironic and subjective way. Hence, I chose the character according to the gum’s appearance. The human mind is inscrutable and precious, and so is each person’s individuality and uniqueness. That’s why each 
of my symbols appears in an odd yet detailed manner.

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June 2018: Issue #5 of the the FORTY FIVE SYMBOLS magazine is risographed in gold and black. It introduces the six winners and three honorary mentions of the open call 17/18 which received more submissions than any open call before including entries from India, Dominican Republic, Lebanon, Spain, Switzerland, and USA. Participants conducted forensic analysis of common everyday objects to act as a subtle wake-up call about modern life; developed speculative linguistics of a dystopian machine-driven world; observed cultural heritage, migration, and personal mobility; and translated socio-political topics of their culture into systems of forty-five visuals.

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