"The Hebrew term Abaddon, and its Greek equivalent Apollyon, appears in the Bible as both a place of destruction
and as the name of an angel."
Nowadays we are overwhelmed by technology. We use an excessive amount of technology without realising it,
but what happens when creativity meets technology?
Is the internet destroying creativity? Internet started to create trends and these trends are starting to become
more important than the concept itself.
Apollyon has been generated through a software and it represents the destruction of creativity as the internet does.
Its shape seems “internet perfect” but it is just an optical illusion.
Stefano De Marco is a designer currently living and working in Italy. His practice focuses on the relationship between individual and technology, with a particular interest in how technology is being used nowadays.
He has worked in Bristol (UK), San Francisco (US) and Milan (IT).
Due to his professional experiences in international design firms, he learned a substantial value
on functional design principles, which today are the basis of his approach. He aims to develop straight-forward design solutions that are conceptually sturdy and personally challenging, but most important they have to be functional for their original purpose.
APT Basilicata, La Rabatana, Atheneum Consorzio, Comune di Portici, EY, Honda Store, Italian Airlines, Method Magazine, Children of Masindi, Arexons, Santarella Wearever
"Ficciones Typografika" curated by Erik Brandt
- Minneapolis (USA)
"And & Ampersand" by –zeug
"Art in Book Form" by SendPoints
"Information and New Technologies" by
the University of West of England (UWE)
Brutalist Websites, Trendlist, Klikkenthéke