A collaborative pamphlet and riso print exploring the word 'Overload', as a theme behind contemporary publishing and graphics. We explore the build up of content through a raw and condensed graphic language. 
Running throughout the print is a verse from Lawrence S. Pertillar's poem, Information Overload
"Many suffer from, 
Information overload.
And nothing can be done, 
By information overload."
Each page builds content above previous one, redefining imagery by adding and hiding pieces.
A closer look into the print reveals new shapes coming from the overlap of images and filling of negative space.
A pamphlet which displays the over saturation of online content and captures the richness of visual languages found. The unexpected compositions of textures and graphics provide a playful snapshot of the spontaneity of creativity I experienced while collaborating with a team of graphic designers for this one day project.
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