Rethinking The New York Times as Abstract Art
Browse colorfully, beautifully and quite aimlessly with a dash of the Chrome extension Abstract Browsing
For your next office prank, why not download Rafaël Rozendaal's Abstract Browsing, a Google Chrome extension that promises to make surfing the Internet a little more trippy. Available for free in the Chrome Web Store, the extension is capable of being turned on and off at any moment, with the former option opting to shade every shape identified by the computer into a single flat color. The result is something not only ‘abstract' per se, but it also makes surfing the web nearly impossible.