April 27, 2009
Dynamic Ribbon Device

The Dynamic Ribbon Device by Siebren Versteeg employs the visual style of Coca-Cola (and the companys name for the design detail) complete with undulating swathe of white that lives beneath the Coca-Cola logo / brand name on practically every piece of Coke-branded anything produced since 1969 (source here and here) to present and continually flow news feeds accross a screen. The works purpose is:

to visually present them (news / information) in the branding style of global corporations which mediate our consumer and info worlds.

Originally seen on Networked_Performance.

    Posted by: Garrett @ 12:55 pm

    1 Comment / Ping about “Dynamic Ribbon Device”

    1. Jean-no Says:
      April 29th, 2009 at 12:36 pm

      It was shown recently at the Kiosk exhibition in Eindhoven’s STRP festival.

      Comment by Jean-no — April 29, 2009 @ 12:36 pm

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