Rather than design an object to be disposed of, Wong decided to not make anything. Or, rather, to create a conceptual piece by “unmaking” something—a strategy that likewise reduces waste. Using a magazine as his medium, Wong collaborated with PAPER to “edit out” a 10-page section and make it available only online. Converting those pages from print to digital format (viewable at papermag.com) saved roughly 13 trees, decreasing PAPER’s footprint for the month. If every magazine followed this example, entire forests could be spared each issue.


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