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Beautiful, meaningless browsing

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Here we are in 2015 where shitty web design and superfluous loads of information remain defining characteristics of the digital landscape. Despair not. Visual artist Rafaël Rozendaal has developed a free app to transform the mundane hours of surfing into a beautiful, meaningless experience devoid of anything so trivial as ‘news’ or ‘content’.

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The Chrome plugin, called ‘Abstract Browsing’, replaces all elements on a page with an individual block of colour. The resulting effect transforms even the most drab efforts into wonderful, suprematist works of art, whilst doubling up as an incredibly effective ad and click-bait blocker.

You can grab the plugin here.

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