If You Actually “Broke the Internet”
supervised by Ed Fella
In the tradition of Ed Fella's retrospective flyers, I created a double-sided flyer for a lecture I would give at CalArts in 30 years.

When someone/something gains notoriety online they are said to have “broken the internet.” This led me to wonder what would happen if I literally (rather than figuratively) “broke the internet.”

Surely there would be legal consequences, and perhaps a return to a pre-internet design. This flyer tells the fictional story of jail-time as a result of this mistake, in a style relying on analog processes.