The iPod index is an international measurement of the world’s purchasing power. While it on average takes 11 hours of work to buy an iPod Nano in London, people inVilnius needs to work 74.5 hours. By such, European cities are represented in both ends of the scale but – according to our groundbreaking idea -doesn’t need to be.
This flyer was distributed in front of the Apple retailer in Vilnius, Lithuania.
Made in collaboration with the Faculty of Communication, Vilnius University.