Could you take a tool, something that you use everyday in your work process, and redesign it? This project looks at the notebook, and how we could re-imagine the recording process.
Writer Jack Kerouac famously wrote his entire first draft of On The Road on a 120-foot scroll of tracing paper fed through his typewriter. This allowed him to write freely and without pause, completing the draft in only three weeks.
A paper holding system designed to utilise scrolls, Boundless allows for the user to write on a continuous piece of paper, thus leaving their flow undisrupted. Boundless utilises a modular system, allowing artists and designers to customise their equipment to best fit them.
Taking inspitation from Jack Kerouac's process, this tool focuses around the idea of flow, encouraging swift notation of continuous trains of thought.