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Published on Jun 21, 2010
Everything that has happened over the last 20 years of the Internet is now happening in the real world. We navigate across the Earth's surface and have the ability to tag, save, comment and share the places we live in, as we would do with a website we enjoy. Everything in the world is interconnected, like internet html pages are with one another.
TOI is a system of graphic templates for do-it-yourself leaflets designed for Vestire i Paesaggi, and used as an archival tool for territorial cultural activities. For TOI, the territory itself is the archive. TOI's graphic templates use two types of tags: analog tags (shelf marks that define categories of intervention) and digital tags (sematags that resolve into multimedia contents and augment the information of things and places related, providing access to online archival documentation).
Booklets, postcards, headed papers, posters are designed to be printed on the back of A4 already used paper. TOI graphic templates are downloadable as SVG and as PDF and distributed under Creative Commons license.
Download source files at www.conceptualdevices.com
Design: ACD_Architecture and Conceptual Devices / Antonio Scarponi / Stefano Massa
Project Management and concept editor: Cristina Perillo