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This issue: We are all privileged these days to live in a world where we can obtain almost anything with just one click on a computer. But while we pamper ourselves with such extreme convenience, the longer it goes on, the more it triggers a need for physical touch. That is probably the reason why printed goods such as newspapers, books, posters, etc., still exist.
The younger generation in particular probably can’t conceive of a world without the Internet. That, to them, was the Stone Age. But when matters reach such an extreme, they often produce a counter-reaction. And this is what now seems to be happening. Designers are starting to walk away from their comfort zones, abandoning their computers and beginning to make works by hand.