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Kind Cuts: Kelli Anderson’s Paperworks

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Kelli Anderson love paper for many reasons. It empowers her. It drives her. It adapts to her will. "“People take paper for granted because it’s like what your student loan bills arrive on, so it’s easy for it to be completely invisible—but it can be aerodynamic! And audible! You can bend it into a mask, it can be a fortune teller,” Anderson says. “I think of paper as an interface on the physical world. What kind of analog magic can I tap into by changing the structure? That feels like a superpower of design: I can take this thing people don’t think about critically and bend it a certain way, and it’s a pinhole camera. It’s a really satisfying way to amplify my power as a designer.” Read more.

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