Kewl Design Alert: How Would You Explain a Kindle to Charles Dickens?

My tweep @III_III posted a link to an article on Illusion Now a few days ago and I was MIND-BOGGLED.

A brilliant artist by the name of Rachel Walsh designed this work of art to demonstrate the Kindle.
Her web project was to “Explain something modern/internet based to someone who lived and died before 1900. I made this to explain Amazon’s Kindle to Charles Dickens... All the books I made had the actual covers on them, and were the books Dickens wrote, his favourite childhood books, or books I’ve got."
40 books inside a convenient carrying case - in this case, another book.

Can we all just take a moment and admire Ms. Rachel's creative, innovative way of looking at the world? This is just brilliant.

Now check out her blog for more great stuff.

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