This personal project combines handmade and digital aesthetics, and gives tactile makeover to various modes of representation. Pixels are the single elements in a digital image, halftone dots are used to render images in print. Here, pixels and dots become physical through embroidery techniques. Four paper models mix various print and screen formats and twist the idea of what a printed page can be. These are all experimental objects which play with the notion of 'digital craft'.
1 – 'Touch-screen' : stitched RGB pixels on a tablet screen.
2 – Print-book: stitched 4-colour printing process.
3 – Screen-book: stitched TV signal bars. Screen meets paper and colour escapes the printed page.
4 – GIF-book: stitched digital image (7-colour GIF). This book does not contain images, here an image contains a book.