Behind every great Expo are great vendors and commodities. Presence is everything. For this project, I reflected on the visual language of World's Fairs during the early 1900's while imagining what it would be like for the lesser nations of the world to gather in efforts of selling their own worth to the adventurous travelers of tomorrow.
The Principality of Sealand is, as you'd guess, located right in the middle of the ocean, atop an old navy base and composed of 5-6 individuals. The importance of freedom - both environmentally and virtually - was a key selling point for this micronation. In hopes of grabbing the attention of passersby during the expo, I proposed a plan for their identity and environmental graphics focused on the idea of water, freedom, and movement. This electronic proposal for participation is meant to be viewed as a paralax scroll, living soley on the internet as free content for all.