The Luddite is a letterpress-printed, crafted magazine focused on real human stories that get glossed over in our digital age. We realised that between us (Matt & Louise, my co-Luddite), we’ve spent 40 years on the Internet, which is a bit weird. And while we both earn our livings using pixels, are we missing out on something? Perhaps technology could be changing our lives in a bad way—getting in the way of as many interactions as it facilitates, and even re-wiring our brain chemistry. Are we turning into junky lab rats in a bad experiment? We thought it would be interesting to start a magazine focused on doing things the old-fashioned way. Face to face, person to person, pen to paper, ink to page. Something the National Security Agency can’t read over your shoulder. SO. THE LUDDITE!
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Update: Design Week likes it.
Update: Coming off the press!