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Trademark Cylinder seals are carved stones invented around 7500 BC. They were used to identify a person based on personal information. When rolled out on wet clay, the impression left tracks of information which could prove ownership or identity - just like a signature. Inspired by this historical object, I have designed a modern cylinder seal, that encrypts my personal data that I feel Facebook shouldn’t have collected. The more data I encrypt, the more layers are created - expanding like a Russian Doll. By securing my data in a physical form I try to take back ownership over where my identity tracks are left behind.
Cylinder seals are carved stones invented around 7500 BC. They were used to identify a person based on personal information. When rolled out on wet clay, the impression left tracks of information which could prove ownership or identity - just like a signature. Inspired by this historical object, I have designed a modern cylinder seal, that encrypts my personal data that I feel Facebook shouldn’t have collected. The more data I encrypt, the more layers are created - expanding like a Russian Doll. By securing my data in a physical form I try to take back ownership over where my identity tracks are left behind.
Trademark Cylinder seals are carved stones invented around 7500 BC. They were used to identify a person based on personal information. When rolled out on wet clay, the impression left tracks of information which could prove ownership or identity - just like a signature. Inspired by this historical object, I have designed a modern cylinder seal, that encrypts my personal data that I feel Facebook shouldn’t have collected. The more data I encrypt, the more layers are created - expanding like a Russian Doll. By securing my data in a physical form I try to take back ownership over where my identity tracks are left behind.
Cylinder seals are carved stones invented around 7500 BC. They were used to identify a person based on personal information. When rolled out on wet clay, the impression left tracks of information which could prove ownership or identity - just like a signature. Inspired by this historical object, I have designed a modern cylinder seal, that encrypts my personal data that I feel Facebook shouldn’t have collected. The more data I encrypt, the more layers are created - expanding like a Russian Doll. By securing my data in a physical form I try to take back ownership over where my identity tracks are left behind.
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Trademark
Cylinder seals are carved stones invented around 7500 BC. They were used to identify a person based on personal information. When rolled out on wet clay, the impression left tracks of information which could prove ownership or identity - just like a signature. Inspired by this historical object, I have designed a modern cylinder seal, that encrypts my personal data that I feel Facebook shouldn’t have collected. The more data I encrypt, the more layers are created - expanding like a Russian Doll. By securing my data in a physical form I try to take back ownership over where my identity tracks are left behind.
Trademark
Cylinder seals are carved stones invented around 7500 BC. They were used to identify a person based on personal information. When rolled out on wet clay, the impression left tracks of information which could prove ownership or identity - just like a signature. Inspired by this historical object, I have designed a modern cylinder seal, that encrypts my personal data that I feel Facebook shouldn’t have collected. The more data I encrypt, the more layers are created - expanding like a Russian Doll. By securing my data in a physical form I try to take back ownership over where my identity tracks are left behind.
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Trademark
Cylinder seals are carved stones invented around 7500 BC. They were used to identify a person based on personal information. When rolled out on wet clay, the impression left tracks of information which could prove ownership or identity - just like a signature. Inspired by this historical object, I have designed a modern cylinder seal, that encrypts my personal data that I feel Facebook shouldn’t have collected. The more data I encrypt, the more layers are created - expanding like a Russian Doll. By securing my data in a physical form I try to take back ownership over where my identity tracks are left behind.