The yellow boxes above will affect the randomness
Create your own Global Horizon and be part of a living, user-created, global design. Once you’re happy, share it with your network, and encourage them to visualise their own.
These patterns are based on location data: horizon lines are determined by latitude; colours by time and meteorological data. This reflects the global spread of winners at the D&AD Awards and in the 2013 Annual.
Global Horizons are a part of our Annual, D&AD13, on sale below. Fleur Isbell, designer at Wolff Olins, was chosen by Neville Brody to design this book as part of D&AD’s commitment to champion great young talent.
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