01.12.11 by Jeff

Little Printer by Berg

God, I wish I thought of this. This “Little Printer” designed by Berg is magnificent. Use your smartphone to set up subscriptions and Little Printer will gather them together to create a beautiful mini-newspaper that you can stick in your wallet.

The Little Printer by Berg

Watch the video below!

The Little Printer by Berg

The Little Printer by Berg

The Little Printer by Berg

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • wooooo this is so awesome!! i need one!!

  • That’s cool that Little Printer

  • ALEJANDRA CÁRDENAS

    Looks super cool but also seems to be sloooow.

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  • Lyle

    Yo come on, this serves no practical purpose since you already have all the information on you ‘smart phone’. Its basically am indulgent way to waste paper.
    Mad props for coming up with something original though.

    • i said this on facebook as well, i dont like spending all day looking at a computer screen. i like to read actual books/magazines, and fill in crosswords puzzles with a real pen. i like this idea a lot. art is often impractical, i think design is allowed to be as well.

  • David

    Ok, so we’re going back to paper now, right?

  • I wish I could tolerate sudoku! Haha, if I had one of these I’d have to find another use for it, maybe printing out webcomics? Sounds awesome.

  • Instead of children or a dog. i’m going to get a little printer…





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