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"Unblind" is an interactive walk towards fourteen constructions to the center of Thessaloniki. The aim of the project is to urge people to escape… Read More
"Unblind" is an interactive walk towards fourteen constructions to the center of Thessaloniki. The aim of the project is to urge people to escape from the media and the one-way communication, encouraging them to see the modern society with a more realistic glance. The target is for people to come closer regaining the ability of communication and free expression. The "Unblind" consist my dissertation for the TEI of Athens (BA Graphic Design). Great thanks to my tutor, Kanella Arapoglou for supervising the development of the project. Great thanks also to Natasha Kivetou for her contribution in the whole procedure. "Unblind" was presented at TEI of Athens as well as at the premises of the Greek Graphic Designers Association on 11/2010 and has won a place on the architectural competition "WeMe Archiving Collectivity for Thessaloniki" on 06/2011. Read Less
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"Unblind" is an interactive walk towards fourteen constructions to the center of
Thessaloniki. The aim of the project is to urge people to escape from the media and
the one-way communication, encouraging them to see the modern society with a more
realistic glance. The target is for people to come closer regaining the ability of
communication and free expression. The "Unblind" consist my dissertation for the TEI
of Athens (BA Graphic Design). Great thanks to my tutor, Kanella Arapoglou for
supervising the development of the project. Great thanks also to Natasha Kivetou for
her contribution in the whole procedure. "Unblind" was presented at TEI of Athens as
well as at the premises of the Greek Graphic Designers Association on 11/2010 and
has won a place on the architectural competition "WeMe Archiving Collectivity for
Thessaloniki" on 06/2011. To see the whole project please visit the site given below.
 
http://konstantinosmouzakis.com/unblind
The booklet of the project accompanied with a map and a lot of stuff for the walk.
Photos from the presentations
...and here are some videos of the project