Saturday, May 01, 2010

Stick Figures without Happy Faces

This fake social advertising campaign from, which provides a tongue-in-cheek plug for Internet-blocking technologies, uses an infographics style that has also begun to appear in real public service announcements. It is the product of designer Alexander Lehmann, who blogs here. In addition to commercial digital art for films like District 9, Lehmann also does less politically tinged motion graphics and typography films.

Check out his other online "campaigns," such as "You are a Terrorist," which makes the case for ubiquitous surveillance.

Thanks for Ren Reynolds for the link!

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