Memo: The worlds leading memory storage specialists

Use design to activate an underused space

It is the year 2028, and people have begun to rent out sections of their memory to make money. These people are known as “Vaults” and have passed rigorous testing by memo, the World’s leading memory bank. Customers of the bank can deposit their treasured memories into their selected Vaults for safe keeping, and a means of having their memories reinstalled should their brain ever suffer from an inj ury or disease.

This project aims to explore aspects of this speculative future, by imagining the customer profile of Mr Albert William Titch and visualising part of memo’s public facing image.