Buenos Aires-based bookshop and publisher Eterna Cadencia has released El Libro que No Puede Esperar – which translates as ‘The Book that Cannot Wait’ – an anthology of new fiction printed in ink that disappears after two months of opening the book. The book comes in an airsealed package, once you open it, you only have two months to read it. Nowadays there are a lot of e-books, so authors/publishers have to come up with an attractive idea that will trigger readers to buy the printed book. With this new kind of ink they created a buzz around reading. The book was getting a lot of request and everyone was excited to read it. Do you think the printed book will survive?
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KOREFE, a design and innovations agency of Kolle Rebbe, came up with the real cookbook. A cookbook that you can actually eat. The book is made out of 100% freshly made pasta . The pages will tell you, what to adjust to the pasta to make a nice lasagna of it. I really love this idea (not only because lasagna is my favourite dish), you don’t need recipes anymore, because you can find it in the book. It makes an experience of preparing lasagna. Could this be a trend for big brands to take over?