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
magazine, Real Simple
, Wired UK
, New York Magazine
’s Approval Matrix, The Atlantic
, The Toronto Star
,and some other great places as well.