Combining experiments in print-on-demand, narrative form and mobile UI, We Kiss the Screens is a book that explores digital personalisation and multiple spectrums. It’s about moving the conversation beyond #hashtags or having your name printed on a Coke can.
Here, we look at how digital culture can be used to create personalised physical objects. In a way that is entirely unique to each reader based on their choice of colour spectrum and their choice of story stream. We Kiss the Screens is written by the brilliant speaker and writer Tea Uglow with the questionable help of an AI called George (who was fed a lot of Ovid and some Homer).
It’s made with the help of our friends at Google Creative Lab Sydney, HP Indigo in Tel Aviv, and FE Burman in London. We have a limited edition of 250 mobile to print on demand copies available entirely for free.
So go and create yours.