Ishanee Joshi



Into the creation of a visual identity for a fictitious religion, intertwined with a playful critique of modern internet culture. Through the lens of satire, it explores how the internet has evolved into an indispensable aspect of contemporary life, akin to a quasi-religious devotion. Featuring an “internet bible,” whimsical propaganda pamphlets, and dynamic motion graphics, Cyberfaith invites viewers to ponder the blurred lines between traditional religion and the cult-like reverence of online phenomena. With an edge of satire, it challenges us
to reflect on our own digital dependencies and the absurdity of our virtual existence.


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