Knowing is Good, But Knowing Everything is Better. The digital mass surveillance network has the power to reveal and analyze everything about you down to the minuscule detail like your favorite breakfast meal. We are living in the age of surveillance. As technology progresses, we are approaching a world far more intelligent and intrusive than before. This new framework, seemingly straight out of a dystopian dream, is no longer a fiction. 'Privacy is Theft' is a book that introduces where we have come to in today's world and how we can, if possible at all, bypass the limitless power of mass surveillance. Are we chasing an utopian dream? or a dystopian-dream?
One of the initial challenges was organizing and editing the gathered research materials into an engaging and compelling narrative. The biggest accomplishment, also the challenges, was creating a visual system that truly portrays the dystopian and surreal concepts of digital mass surveillance. The typeface is inspired by the idea of evasion—to hide from the technology. Hence, the typeface is more legible in certain angles so it can only be recognized by humans' eyes.