"Anti-Art" During the Early Modernist Years
Surveillance After Snowden
Surveillance After Snowden
Surveillance After Snowden
Surveillance After Snowden

ZINE

INFOGRAPHIC ZINE

INFOGRAPHIC ZINE

INFOGRAPHIC ZINE

INFOGRAPHIC ZINE

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“Anti-Art” is a zine that describes the theoretical and stylistic qualities of four of the early modernist design movements, which rejected prior definitions of art and design. Quotes are pulled from the anti-art movements’ manifestos and presented in a way that reflects each movement’s style. A personal design manifesto is included in the zine. It is marked at the end of a timeline that sprawls an inner accordion fold, which contextualizes each anti-art movement in history.

Surveillance After Snowden is a zine that utilizes information graphics to examine the issue of mass surveillance in the United States. Because surveillance is shrouded in secrecy, reliable data on the issue is hard to come by and mostly stems from whistleblowers. To compensate for this, the Snowden leaks are used as a framing device and a primary source of data. They focus the narrative on the contemporary state of mass surveillance.

Surveillance After Snowden is a zine that utilizes information graphics to examine the issue of mass surveillance in the United States. Because surveillance is shrouded in secrecy, reliable data on the issue is hard to come by and mostly stems from whistleblowers. To compensate for this, the Snowden leaks are used as a framing device and a primary source of data. They focus the narrative on the contemporary state of mass surveillance.

Surveillance After Snowden is a zine that utilizes information graphics to examine the issue of mass surveillance in the United States. Because surveillance is shrouded in secrecy, reliable data on the issue is hard to come by and mostly stem from whistleblowers. To compensate for this, the Snowden leaks are used as a framing device and a primary source of data. They focus the narrative on the contemporary state of mass surveillance.

Surveillance After Snowden is a zine that utilizes information graphics to examine the issue of mass surveillance in the United States. Because surveillance is shrouded in secrecy, reliable data on the issue is hard to come by and mostly stem from whistleblowers. To compensate for this, the Snowden leaks are used as a framing device and a primary source of data. They focus the narrative on the contemporary state of mass surveillance.

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