Can you draw the Internet?

This is the question being asked on a website with the same name, challenging us to visualise what the internet looks like. Saint, who are behind the idea, have not only put this question to professional creatives but also to a bunch of school children from a variety of east London schools. The aim is to see how the two viewpoints compare. Some of these children will have lived their lives without experiencing an internet free existence and it will be interesting to see what the internet means to them.

If you’re interested in submitting your own artwork or just fancy a flick through the entries, you can visit the site here.

Ross.

Posted: November 2010

Author: Slate Team Member

Categories:

Inspiration , Local

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