Benetton World Press Freedom Day
This project was a response to an external brief set by Fabrica, on behalf of Benetton (website) and the United Nations.
Benetton required to pick a UN calendar date and create a digital and printed response. This needed to communicate my chosen date, World Press Freedom Day (May 3). My project response looked at the corruption of information through both digital censorship and printed perspective.
The digital outcome looked at data glitching, known as glitch art, and the corruption of video meta data. The printed design looks at how information can be represent corruption through perspective. The digital side of the project had the chance to appear in the Benetton window display.
This project allowed me to work with simple forms of animation and developed my skills within Adobe After Effects and Premiere Pro.
For more details about the project, contact me for a copy of my portfolio.