Re-use 2008

By Antonio Scarponi, taken from the Conceptual Devices weblog:
Here is the new, free RE-USE Do it Yourself Agenda for 2008. For more informations about RE-USE, here.

RE-USE is an ADA device (Analogical Data Accumulator) that re-uses the back of discarded photocopies or of any computer-printed document, promoting an individual behavior with an eye to the sustainability of everyday life. Follow the Re-use instructions, download Re-use files and print out your diary, the notebook and address book on the blank side of any standard-sized printed paper. You can then bind your Re-use simply with the help of a hole-punch and metal rings. RE-USE is a flexible system offering a wide range of independent inserts, all of which are available in different standard sizes: diary, notebook, pockets, address book, colorful address cards, CD holder. Makes any combination you need, and you can bind it within the original designed covers made of recycled leather. RE-USE is made of ecological materials: recycled leather for the cover and a special post-consumer processed paper called ‘cartapaglia’ for the inserts.

1 Response to “Re-use 2008”

  1. 1 Antonio Scarponi December 21, 2007 at 6:00 pm

    Thank you very much Martijn.
    Happy new year!

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