a selection of graphic projects
dan mountford portraits///double exposures...could create double exposures and combine with geometric elements screen printed
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According to some of the world’s most prominent futurists, slowness might be as important to the future as speed. We've asked them to explain why. Here are their answers. Julian Bleecker Julian Bleecker, a designer, technologist, and co-founder of the Near Future Laboratory, devises “design-to-think experiments” that focus on interactions away from conventional computer settings. “When sitting at a screen and keyboard, everything is tuned to be as fast as possible,” he says. “It’s about…