OFFF Review: OFFFerings Creates A Social Network Of Objects
PSFK talks to Thais Braga Fabris, the creative director of Torke and OFFFering, at OFFF Paris.
The three-day OFFF festival showcases top digital artists, web, print and interactive designers, motion graphics studios, musicians, and more. We had the opportunity to interview Thais Braga Fabris, the creative director of Torke, a Boutique Guerilla Agency in Portugal, and the mastermind behind OFFFerings. OFFFerings is a project that creates a social network of objects – people can look inside a suitcase and take something from it, only if they give another item back. By having the object’s prior owner’s information attached to the item, participants can network with people because of the object they met.
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