Anti-Social Media Labels Want You To Quit Browsing

Anti-Social Media Labels Want You To Quit Browsing

Anti-social media messages in the style of anti-smoking labels to help you quit browsing

Laura Yan
  • 25 may 2016

Bratislava based web designer Slavomier has created an anti-social media campaign in the style of anti-smoking labels on the backs of cigarette boxes.

The simple, stark messages take on the aesthetics and weight of cigarette warning labels. They outline the many potential dangers of social media: capturing a sunset on Instagram means missing the real life moment, browsing endlessly on Facebook can actually lead to deteriorating relationships. Social media is ‘highly addictive,’ the labels warn: ‘Don’t start.’ Luckily, there is a simple cure: ‘People around you can help you stop browsing,’ one label promises. ‘Talk to them.’

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