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Infographics, Information Design

Occupy Design

Building a unified visual language for the 99%.

Tactiic: Infographics

 

Topics: Wage inequality, Economics, Corporate control, Protest

Brief: From their site: “The project was created in less than 24 hours October 14-15 weekend by a team of designers, programmers, artists, and demonstrators in San Francisco as part of three concurrent creative hackathons across the country to support Occupy Together.”

The goal is to create a system of signs, icons and other necessary visuals to help clarify the message of the protests going on world wide.

Read more about the movement on their site here, or from GOOD magazine

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