A series of posters for the Open Source Everything manifesto, which calls for a society built upon truth, transparency, and trust. Access to information on the posters is actively obstructed through visual complexity and coded language.
Each poster reflects one of the three main paradigms of computing: the mainframe, the cloud, and edge computing.
Accompanying the posters is a US-English QWERTY keyboard cover screen printed with binary encoded characters. By shifting the interface's design away from accommodating humans, and surfacing the machine's interpretation of user input, the piece upsets the viewer's notion of the most common human interface device, and their relationship with the machine.