AUTOMATED HUMANS

CONCEPT

We are bound to our daily routines. Do our routines serve us, or do we serve the routine? Birth, then education, then profession, so that we can serve as a consumer within an economy. A cog within a political and commercial machine, or maybe just a product of humanity? When does a routine become a prison of automation? Can the repeating process of daily living serve as a construct to generate negative and destructive social beliefs that ultimately keep us stagnant within a social economic position so that those at the top can continue to rise?  These are the questions that drive the meaning of "Automated Human."

1. Develop Initial/Root Minimalistic Visual Theme

2. Use minimalistic approach with heavy white space.

3. Limited to one font and 2 colors.

4. Create 5 layouts with the Initial/Root Theme for an exercise of expression and communication

BACKGROUND

Throughout my life I have always taken note when my routine, or maybe someone else's routine prevent us from experiencing a moment of joy or a unique experience, etc. Life can be so fleeting, and there is so much more that life has to offer than just making money or chasing power. I loathe the feeling of being automated, or a servant of some machine, or a puppet of someone else's ideas. I don't believe I am alone in this thought process.

I am both a dependent and an opposition to daily routines. I need them as most people do. They offer structure and allow for maximum functionality while navigating through the waters of society. I also resist routines because their repetition and demands becomes mundane while seemingly excelling or slowing down the experience of life depending on your misery or jubilation. Living within a repeating process can sometimes feel counterintuitive towards creativity and/or experiencing any real lust for living. Routines should serve us, not the other way around.

PRESENTATION

1. 11 Inch X 17 Inch 

2. 5 Layouts total with 1 layout posted to Social Media every business day

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