The More You Connect, The Less You Connect.

Bharat Nayak

July 15th, 2015 / 1:43 PM

Most of us own smartphones. Be it social media, email or encyclopaediae – we have the whole world at our fingertips. We ‘like’ people, we comment how good they look in their new pair of sunglasses and we share our random thoughts – all from our phones. While we connect with hundreds of people through our fingertips, are we forgetting to connect with those who really matter to us – our parents, real life friends, spouses, and most importantly our children?

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Let us Logical Indians take a stance that we will not let technology build walls in our real world relationships.

What a brilliant campaign by Shanghai-based designer Shiyang He for the Centre of Psychological Research in Shenyang, China!

Source: Shiyang He


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