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Pluralist: Can the act of reading become a part of publishing?


Editorial design—The Pluralist is the newspaper of the Royal College of Art. One feature of the medium of a newspaper is that its existence usually last for just a few days. To emphasize the ephemerality of this medium this issue was fully printed on a receipt printer.

Concept and Design: Angelo Stitz, Maria Pestana Teixeira, David McAllisterComissioned: Royal College of Art, London
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When an article was read it can be ripped off.


A rubber band works as a binding of the newspaper as well as bookmark. It also helps to rip off each article after it was read. Through that the reading becomes a strict linear process, because the whole content can not be accessed immediately except the part that was unrolled.


It takes 7:39 minutes to print one issue of the newspaper which means a length of approximately 12m.

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The first attempted to role multiple roles simultaneously failed.

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Contribution of the Pluralist at the Battersea Campus of the Royal College of Art.


Group Exhibition — COMMON MARKET, 20 April 201, Royal College of Art, London

Online — Books From the Future,

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