Digital: See Nothing is an amazing digital zine full of intriguing visual experiments

Date
20 May 2014
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1 minute read

See Nothing can only really be described as a kind of digital zine, a curation of graphic design experiments, visual puzzles and interactive mind-games for iPad and iPhone which touch on the theme of non-visibility and seeing nothing. The app, created by the Italian graphic design studio Jekyll & Hyde, brings together the work of around 20 different graphic designers and illustrators, whose work for issue 3 of See Nothing centre around the idea of what we see, how we see it, and most importantly what we don’t see. Faceless figures, images that contort with a swipe of your finger, and hypnotic moving pictures are in abundance: this is an app where things are never what they seem.

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Madeleine Morley

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