“Can You Draw The Internet?” Collides Generational Perspectives

“Can You Draw The Internet?” Collides Generational Perspectives

London based creative agency turns to childhood perspectives to draw out inspiration on our connected condition.

Stephen Fortune
  • 8 november 2010

Attempts to visualise the Internet have been ongoing since 1997 and have produced the traditional synaptic – spiderweb style which we most readily associate with our vision of the web.

Creative agency Saint have approached the problem from a different angle. They worked with a group of East London school children for the past year, and on the 12th of November they will ask the children to ‘draw the internet’. These children are part of the first generation who have never known anything other than the wired existence which for many of us is a paradoxical source of novelty and mundanity. Saint explains:

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