Hi,

This website is created for a reflective, meditative experience, best enjoyed in the calm of your home and not on the go. To preserve its intended atmosphere, it is not available on mobile devices.

Please revisit on a desktop.

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Warm wishes,
Polinsski

Polinsski(b. 1996, Moscow), an artist and designer, currently writing her BA thesis in Klasse Digitale-Grafik. Re-searching handmade web, she looks for 'computer-feeling'—focusing on the subjective, intimate experiences with computing devices, seeking a deeper sense of possibility and excessiveness. Whether it's for a chat, collaboration, or just to share thoughts - write me an e-mail.

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...Polinsski and Kim propose a margin-writing workshop for the EKA GD stand-in school for graphic design.

...Polinsski feels lightweighted and writes an internet poem .

...Polinsski tells Site-spirit how summer sunset feels.

...Polinsski spents a cozy evening chatting with Site-spirit about its unique form of self-expression, playfully referred to as 'sitewear'.

...Polinsski thinks about the sound of rain at the ocean _.~"~._.~"~._.~"~._.~"~._

...Polinsski lights up with a simple idea of a button-workshop, where each button is a tiny canvas.

...Polinsski finds herself intrigued by the world of button elements.

...Polinsski falls asleep in the heart of a digital landscape and dreams of the myriad forms a website could take.

...Polinsski and Emil gathered 147 pocket stones and assembled a machine to share their collection with others.

...Polinsski discovered a passion for workshops as a format for sharing knowledge.

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Sunday media

do you sometimes look at the source code of the website?