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A digital and print response to the United Nations calendar date World Press Freedom Day (May 3). Looking at the corruption of information throug… Read More
A digital and print response to the United Nations calendar date World Press Freedom Day (May 3). Looking at the corruption of information through both digital censorship and printed perspective. Read Less
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This project was a response to an external brief set by Fabrica, on behalf of Benetton and the United Nations.
 
I was required to pick a UN calender date and develop both a digital and printed response communicating
my chosen date World Press Freedom Day (May 3).
 
My project response looked at the corruption of information through digital censorship and printed perspective. 
 
The digital outcome looked at data glitching, known as glitch art, and the corruption of video meta data. The printed outcome looked at how information could be presented to create corruption through visual perspective.
 
Program: InDesign, Photoshop 
                   After Effects, Premiere Pro
Paper: Canaletto Book 160gsm Hot Pressed
Method: Double sided large format inkjet
Size: 955mm x 331mm
Binding: Back-to-back Concertina Singer Sewn