1. Underworld

    July 14, 2010
    Today, organized crime is foremost an urban phenomenon. Only the pirates of the Indian Ocean are a reminder of the times of highwaymen and bandit bands. Yet they are relatively small in numbers and revenues compared to international operating clans like the Cosa Nostra or the Medellin Cartel.
  2. Free Cities

    June 03, 2010
    The notion of freedom is universal. Yet baptizing a town or city with the prefix or suffix of free, liberty or freedom seems to be a rather European idea. 93 languages from Afrikaans to Zulu where researched but the outcome was rather surprising since more than 90% of all...
  3. CD cover design for Makyo Star

    February 17, 2010
    TD designed the cover art for the first full release by Makyo Star , an alternative pop/punk rock band from the United States of America. There will be 10 songs on Makyo Star's debut album. Each song on this album is visually represented by a circular waveform of the first refrain.
  4. Wor(l)ds Apart

    February 04, 2010
    How language atomized our planet Word creators are potential separators. Each newly created word or word combination can potentially splinter the globe and if one listens carefully to the daily usage of language, one discovers a galaxy of wor(l)ds which highlights the gap between us and “the others”.
  5. Exclusive Economic Zone

    November 30, 2009
    Regardless of how the economy is doing, natural resources are hot. Many of the easily accessible resources on the mainland are exhausted and more and more effort is being put into off-shore exploitation. Today, a country’s marine economic area is defined by its Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ), a 200-nauticalmile-wide...
  6. Totally Monopoly

    October 17, 2009
    Without a doubt, Monopoly is the world’s most commercially successful board game, with over 200 million games sold in 82 countries, translated into 26 languages, and with more than 750 million players.* The earliest version of Monopoly (called ‘The Landlord's Game’) was patented in 1904 by Elizabeth J.
  7. World at Work

    September 27, 2009
    The project the "World at Work" rediscovers the earth as ‘Time Machine’. Its rotation around its own axis gives us our days and its course around the sun determines our earthly year. To achieve a higher degree of accuracy in organizing their life, humans divided one day in 24 hours...
  8. Ostrale in Dresden

    September 27, 2009
    Theo Deutinger presents the Average European as life size installation at the Ostrale 2009 in Dresden. Curated by Lukas Feireiss.
  9. World At Work in WIRED

    September 27, 2009
    The semptember 09 issue of WIRED UK presents a silver edition of World At Work.
  10. Walled World

    September 17, 2009
    Accelerated through the fear from the attacks of 9/11 and all what followed, the so called ‘Western Society’ is constructing the greatest wall ever build on this planet. On different building sites on all five inhabitable continents, walls, fences and high-tech border surveillance are under construction in order to secure...
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