The Zeynep Yildirim One Hour Project questions the limits of what can be achieved in a mere 60 minutes of one's day.
For the past two years the graphic designer has put herself to the test to come up with as many activities as possible that she could successfully complete in an exactly one hour.
Some of the projects she chose included folding origami cranes, rolling up snowballs and cigarettes and designing a signature tote bag using Illustrator. A project on kickstarter, the goal behind completing a collection of 3600 second tasks is to eventually publish them into a book that calls into question how people traditionally view time and stretch the limits of what can achieved despite time restrictions.
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