And here is the first e-book ‘OpenWear. Sustainability, Openness and P2P production in the world of fashion’ written by Bertram Niessen, Oleg Koefoed, Lise Skov, Zoe Romano, Alessandro Delfanti on the behalf of last year’s established open source fashion and maker community Openwear.
Openwear gathers via its online space small fashion producers, makers, designers, stylists, students, interns, tailors, photographers, models, crafters, sewing cafes, silk-screen printers, fashion schools and others. The concept is based on shareable and open sourcing culture emphasizing DIY concepts .
My next free e-book is AbstractHacktivism – The Making of Hacker Culture by Otto von Busch and Karl Palmås. A must book in every (e-)library.
If you’re trying to find some time for yourself,von Busch’s book ‘Post-script to Fashion-able, or a methodological appendix to activist design research‘ is also highly recommendable for winter days. Enjoy good reading!
Thanks to Pixel Pain I caught up earlier today great information about the new book titled In Praise of Copying by Marcus Boon, published by Harvard University Press… It’s fresh, new, free and you can practically sense the smell of ink and paper while you’re reading this post, right?
It has been awhile since I published a blog post in Readoholic, I know… But I’m terrible glad that with this post I’m not just cleaning the dust from my digital shelves…