Hi-res censorship: Metahaven on Edward Snowden and rebranding WikiLeaks

Hi-res censorship: Metahaven on Edward Snowden and rebranding WikiLeaks

Metahaven is a graphic design collective based in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Since its launch in 2007, the team — led by Daniel Van der Velden and Vinca Kruk — has pursued collaborations with organizations that traditionally don’t seek out graphic design as a platform or medium. Examples include the whistleblower platform WikiLeaks, the Icelandic Modern Media Institute (IMMI), and the diplomatic advisory group Independent Diplomat. An interdisciplinary group of writers, editors, critics, and curators, the collective has been able to expand upon the foundation of designer as form-maker and break free from the traditional confines of the studio. Its avant-garde aesthetics and intellectual approaches have lead to exhibitions at the Walker…

Excerpt from:
Hi-res censorship: Metahaven on Edward Snowden and rebranding WikiLeaks

TwitterFacebookStumbleUponLinkedInTumblrShare

Comments are closed.

Ads
SEO Powered by Platinum SEO from Techblissonline