Making things real with newsprint

Fosta reading a papaOur friends from the Near Future Laboratory have made a fantastic newspaper called Convenience – “It’s based on the hypothesis that all great innovations and inventions find their way into the Corner Convenience store.” They’ve used it to bring to life some speculative thinking they’ve been doing about products, design and convenience – and to have something to share with participants at a conference called Emerge. They only printed 100, and I bet they all went quickly, but you can download a pdf. It’s well worth a look.

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