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An episode in an ongoing series of experiments in automatically generated design, this online document is another attempt in search of contemporary, digital equivalents of the old analog poster and flyer.
 
A poster not containing the information you were looking for. Communicating non-communication. The sensation of being blocked out. Automatically rendered poster. It refreshes automatically after ten seconds, and if you get one you like, drag it to the desktop to save, or do the right-click thing.
 
Exhibited at Neville Brody’s Antidesignfestival, although I never saw it mentioned in the festival’s sparse online communication.
 
Get your own poster here.
 
In another gallery, my Che Banana-poster was exhibited on a poster wall on anarchy / apathy.