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OFFF: The best examples of analogue and digital working together

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11:15 AM | 22 August 2014
by Michela Nicchiotti
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Michela Nicchiotti explores the topic analogue and digital coexisting inspired by the OFFF conference in Barcelona.

OFFF is a three day festival about visual communication where the worlds greatest designers and creative minds are sharing their experiences and knowledge with an audience of professionals and students interested on shaping the future.

As a known brand around the world, OFFF has brought its cutting edge festival to New York, Paris, Lisbon and of course its main home, the eclectic Barcelona.

I was at OFFF in Barcelona 15–17 May and I attended OFFF in Paris few years ago. I can definitely say that this latest one was more pumping and up beat than the one before, probably because it was at its tenth edition.

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