“An avenue to better is through a million teeny tiny disruptions of whatever is sitting in front of you.”

We were impressed by young designer Kelli Anderson’s inspiring TED talk  about finding the hidden talents of ordinary things.

Much of Brooklyn based Anderson’s interest lies in challenging our assumptions about the way objects and processes, from paper to politics, operate on a daily basis.

Her fascinating projects include a paper record player wedding invitation and a utopian fake New York Times that she and a bunch of like-minded  associates released in 2008.

A note from Anderson's home.

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