Amazon’s Kindle is a blessing and a curse at the same time. If it works, great, you can save a lot of trees and carry around a light device to read millions of books. But if it´s not working, it becomes a disaster. Sebastian Schmieg and Silvio Lorusso took advantage of the worst case scenario and created a book called 56 Broken Kindle Screens. Now you can enjoy these digital depicting screens as a print on demand book.
I’m not sure about you, but I’m pretty old-fashioned when it comes to literature. I love the smell and feeling of holding an old book in my palms and physically turning its pages. That’s why I connect so well with Kyle Bean’s handcrafted Future of Books concept. The Brighton-based illustrator pokes fun at the idea [...]