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You can't die-cut a Kindle. Or can you?
Inspired by, among other things, a recent Typophile thread about e-books, I've decided to show exactly what I have against them, by demonstrating all the tools that are available to a designer of printed, but not electronic, books.
The Perks of Print is a sardonic celebration of the printed word. In this poster series, I subject e-readers and other electronics to the same processes that produce beautiful printed books, and thereby destroy them in the process.
See more at www.perksofprint.com.
As I will shortly be starting a production run of these prints, as well as a Kickstarter project to fund the creation of more of them, I'd like to hear some responses. Would you want a print? What would you pay for one? Do you have any perks of your own to suggest?