The Toronto-based creative group Rack & Pinion Creative has just released a model poster series this past Tuesday (September 8th) to help spread Internet censorship awareness. This is the second series that was made for Psiphon, a free VPN service which helps people all around the world regain access to the web when censorship measures have been put in place.
Sites like YouTube censor content regularly for copyright and terms infractions. This became the platform for the latest project of the Belgian crew NAWAS where they painted a NMBS train and censored it themselves. On top of that, they added an interactive element to the work with a QR code that you can scan with your smart phone.