Seen a few weeks ago on Manystuff, this project is absolute genius. For the graphic design festival Breda 2008, Lenneke Heeren and Martijn Maas each were selected to contribute to a poster project. They decided to join forces and made a project out of it, The Spamflet project.
‘Spammers are often considered as the lowest of scum who unwillingly invade someone’s privacy with nasty and disgusting messages. Spam messages are considered annoying or just plain evil. Nevertheless spammers keep on sending spam messages….. ‘
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