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No Tech-Zone

Contributed by Stephen Coles on Oct 5th, 2015. Artwork published in
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    No Tech-Zone 1
    Source: http://no-tech-zone.com License: All Rights Reserved.

    No Tech-Zone is a disruptive art project by Ivan Cash meant to raise awareness of the way pervasive internet access has occupied parks and other previously tech-less areas. To emulate San Francisco’s existing parking and regulation signs, Cash used Compressed and Condensed widths of the Interstate family, which is based on the FHWA typeface (Highway Gothic) used by the city’s parks and recreation department.

    No Tech-Zone 2
    Source: http://no-tech-zone.com License: All Rights Reserved.
    No Tech-Zone 3
    Source: http://no-tech-zone.com License: All Rights Reserved.
    No Tech-Zone 4
    Source: http://www.theguardian.com Photo by Ben Von Wong. License: All Rights Reserved.
    Source: https://twitter.com Photo by Adam Singer. License: All Rights Reserved.

    "No tech zone" around Alamo Square Park? Have you lost your mind, SF? (Photo illegally taken by @AdamSinger) pic.twitter.com/Z0iIPU4Lhh

    — Ashley Mayer (@ashleymayer) September 22, 2015

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