Human Tokyo




Post human exhibition

The Post Human International Standard Poster Exhibition is a highly anticipated event exploring the intersection of art, technology, and human experience. Hosted by the Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Design and the Visual Communication Design Study Program at the Institute of Technology Telkom Purwokerto, the event showcases the aftermath of the pandemic and its impact on society through the lens of post-humanism.

Post-humanism merges human existence with the technology we have created, raising crucial questions about the relationship between technology and humanity. Gustav Nordebrink is one of the 160 artists from 20 countries showcasing their interpretation of post-humanity. The thought-provoking art offers insight into this emerging field of study and reflects on the implications of post-humanism for society.

The exhibition provides a platform for artists to showcase their work and engage in a dialogue about the impact of technology on society. Attendees from around the world, including students, artists, academics, and professionals from various industries, gather to gain insight into this emerging field of study.

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Human Tokyo

Human Tokyo envisions a future where technology and humanity are inseparable, shaping our lives and the world around us. Integrating technology into our daily lives could lead to a technologically advanced metropolis where humans and cities merge, raising important questions about the relationship between technology and humanity. The exhibition of the Human Tokyo poster marks the launch of ID—C’s experimental project, a collaborative space for individuals to come together and create something new and innovative under the "Human Tokyo" theme, representing our vision for a future where technology and humanity are more closely intertwined.

The project aims to create a platform for innovative products and services that reflect the convergence of technology and humanity. The Human Tokyo initiative encourages creative collaboration among individuals from different fields and geographies. The exhibition of the Human Tokyo poster reflects a future where technology and humanity are integrated, impacting art, design, and technology. The collaborative space enables professionals to create something new.


ID—C is a branding and digital design duo founded by Gustav Nordebrink and Niklas Rosén, in response to the fast-paced, ever-evolving world. They believe that independent flexibility and network scalability are crucial to meeting modern demands. Their work sits at the intersection of brand identity and digital design. While most of their work lives online, the media used is unimportant to them. Their experience covers a spectrum of disciplines, from industrial design to conventional print to apps. Rather than striving to be progressive or innovative, they offer functional design solutions for people and businesses seeking stable, long-term outcomes.

As part of the extended ID-C team, Huwan Peng played a central role in bringing the poster illustration to life by expanding the skull into a physical metal form, which completely changed the ambition of the project. The website was developed sustainably and to perfection by David Paulsson. The ID-C team believes in collaborating with other creatives to bring innovative ideas to life, and their extended team members have contributed significantly to the success of the project. They strive to create designs that are both functional and aesthetically pleasing and have a long-lasting impact.


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Gustav Nordebrink
Niklas Rosén
Gustav Nordebrink, Niklas Rosén
Creative Direction
Huwan Peng
David Paulsson
Open Ai