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10:22 AM | 4 March 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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Some Swedish students from Forsbergs School of Design and Advertising, came up with a very simple way to create the a useful travel guide, full of places people actually go and enjoy.

Some Swedish students from Forsbergs School of Design and Advertising, put together this nice piece for Visa. Using Instagram and its geotagging feature, GoNext creates the best travel guide around proving that you can go anywhere with Visa.

Credits

Art Directors: David Rinman, Isaac Bonnier
Creatives: Jacob Bjödal, Jim Nilsson
School: Forsbergs School of Design and Advertising

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