These Posters Perfectly Sum Up Twentysomethings’ Addiction To The Internet – Design You Trust

These Posters Perfectly Sum Up Twentysomethings’ Addiction To The Internet

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Ajit Johnson’s #This_Generation series is wise to your dependence on your phone, wifi, and Facebook.

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Johnson told BuzzFeed: “#This_Generation is a series of minimal posters made to illustrate how technology has invaded our lives in a humorous manner.”

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Via BuzzFeed

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