In 1982, the Commodore 64 Computer became the highest-selling single computer model of all time. It was used in offices and made computers popular in the home a common thing, to play games, type letters and formed the beginnings of emails as a form of communication.
Time Magazine made Man of The Year – The first and only time an object rather than a person has received this accolade.
Almost everybody has a computer today, yet we yearn for the analogue; the slow, the handmade. Notepaper, pens and slow-communication is on the rise today.
This small piece of Barcham Green handmade paper has been hand-stitched with a circuit board pattern from the Commodore 64, with gold, which is used in the manufacture of components.