“Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart.” Captcha codes are omnipresent on the web since a while and in a certain way they tell a lot about our relation to the machine world. I am waiting for the day when they will be extinct on the web (just a matter of time till software+cpu will be stronger) but maybe return in real life?
“Are you human?” – Set of custom business cards
“Are you human?” – Urban intervention
Love the internet as much as me? Maybe you’ll like these: I collect CAPTCHA (Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart) images and recreate them in acrylic. They’re for sale, buy some art! They’re named (top to bottom) lisp, YFHWR, and qGphJD, respectively. Each is on a 5×7 canvas on a wooden stretcher and signed on the back.
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