The conference cliché strikes again.
The highlights of my time at the Sarasota Design Summit were found in the spaces outside the formal sessions. One theme pervading the interstices inspired by Dave Gray and Josh DiMauro was the renaissance of paper as a medium in a mixed digital/physical world – as prototype spime.
Following Josh’s Paperbit’s work, Aaron’s Papernet thinking and Dave’s investigations of the changing form of books, we came up with a nascent plan for a PaperCamp – a weekend of hacking paper and it’s new possibiities.
I scrawled some ideas.
- Way-new printing
- Bionic sketching
- Paper’s children
As per usual, I don’t really know what any of these mean exactly. It was kind of automatic writing.
It does feel like there’s something here, and I’m really intrigued at what might happen at a papercamp(s).
Who’s with me?