Vanishing Point is a digital recreation of Brave New World. Back in 1937, Huxley’s novel was prohibited from shelves around the world due to its very contentious and blasphemous propositions. Drawing upon disturbing ideas around blood-surrogates and the mass production of human reproduction, fluid and feotus-like illustrations paint the path to you uncovering the many controversies unveiled amongst every letterform and paragraph.

Each time the user scrolls back to read over a part of the text, the paragraphs will fade, distort, glitch, explode or disappear with no way to retrieve the archived words or ideas laid out by Huxley. The readers are stripped of power, whereby progression occurs only through scrolling continuously downwards.

For the first time in a d-Book, perspectives collide at uncontrollable forces.

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