Kelli Anderson

Kelli Anderson is a designer and tinkerer who tries to push the limits of ordinary materials and formats by looking for hidden possibility in the physical and digital world. She recently gave a TEDxTalk about using design experiences as a means to create disruptive wonder in the world. She spends her time living and working in a space that houses a 1919 letterpress and “an assortment of other benevolent contraptions.” Her work has been recognized and/or published by Gestalten, Uppercase magazine, Real Simple, Wired UK, New York Magazine’s Approval Matrix, The Atlantic, The Toronto Star,and some other great places as well.

Related Submissions

Illustrations for In Search of Schrödinger’s Cat: Raymond Biesinger
SA MI 75 DZ NY 12: Doug Wheeler
Evil People in Modernist Homes in Popular Film: Ben Critton
P L A N A H E A D: Madga Sayeg
Capitalism Works for Me Interactive Sign: Steve Lambert