neta bomani is a worker who engages in oral history, direct action and social practices. neta's work has materialized as do-it-yourself computational objects, hand-coded programs and abolitionist gestures like organizing and making archives, writings, prints, zines, networks and workshops.


Finding the Blank Spots in Big Data

A screenshot of the illustration on the AIGA Eye on Design website.

Editorial illustration I made to accompany an article Meg Miller wrote titled Finding the Blank Spots in Big Data for AIGA Eye on Design.