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in the midst of #deletefacebook, this Designer Envisioned Online Social Networking as sad, Abandoned Motels

in the midst of #deletefacebook, this Designer Envisioned Online Social Networking as sad, Abandoned Motelsmike campau  We invest energy in web-based social networking, as it were, as online lodgings, however with the #deletefacebook development running amuck, numerous unmistakable influencers are looking at. most-as of late, elon musk and playboy finished their long remains at the facebook-motel. in the interim, instagram nears its pinnacle, twitter gets some footing, snapchat scrambles, and advanced craftsman mike campau deconstructs everything into a progression of discharge parking garages, lit just by edgy neon signage. with every one, he uncovers an alternate tragic truth about standard informal communities.

Mike campau calls his arrangement 'Standoffish.' which is all well and good. the full mental/sociological impacts of online networking on humankind will definitely be examined for a considerable length of time to come, yet while we sit tight for those doctoral theory's to get distributed, we have campau's sarcastic arrangement to think about. 'each image takes put in an unfilled stopping lot,' says campau, 'which is an image of our uniquely separated posts, yet put in an area where it can be effectively observed by many.'
in the midst of #deletefacebook, this Designer Envisioned Online Social Networking as sad, Abandoned Motelsmike campau
in the midst of #deletefacebook, this Designer Envisioned Online Social Networking as sad, Abandoned Motelsmike campau
in the midst of #deletefacebook, this Designer Envisioned Online Social Networking as sad, Abandoned Motels
mike campau
in the midst of #deletefacebook, this Designer Envisioned Online Social Networking as sad, Abandoned Motelsmike campau
in the midst of #deletefacebook, this Designer Envisioned Online Social Networking as sad, Abandoned Motelsmike campau
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