Our typography crit went down today, where we presented our two double page spreads for the proposed 'This is Tomorrow' publication the uni are splashing out on later this year. We had to give a futuristic representation of typography in the world of tomorrow and this was our entry. We aimed to demonstrate the renaissance of typography in the post digital and digital age, from the hand-rendered to the computer-generated.
Our forecast was the impending arrival of a post-digital age in which human interaction would have to co-operate with technology in order to overcome dependancy on the digital. Effectively bringing about a fresh renaissance. The verification (captcha) codes became the tool we used to present how a familiar computerised device requires human interaction for it to function. Really, really pleased with all we got done for today but some alterations may be in order, so stay tuned.