Solar energy is the main business of our client Austria Solar. That´s why we thought about how we could put this energy to paper. The result: the first annual report powered by the sun. Its content remains invisible until sunlight falls on its pages. “Th…
Oxfam intermón lanza su informe de referencia “La realidad de la ayuda” convertido en una plataforma digital. El proyecto ha sido realizado por i.ngen.io y La Personnalité. El pasado Miércoles 14, en...
Imagine being able to connect two different eras through one visual medium. That’s what makes the work of British illustrator John Holcraft so special. Drawing inspiration from 1950s screen print posters, he creates retro style illustrations that depict what’s wrong with the world today. Holcraft’s quirky, satirical works of art cover contemporary issues like society’s […]
Critically lauded photographer Cristina deMiddel joins guest host Stephen Quinn to talk about Poly-Spam -- a photography project that visualizes spam emails as if they were from real people. DeMiddel, best know for her popular series Afronauts, has staged elaborate photographs inspired by several apparent scams, treating them as cultural artifacts
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