Are your phone and computer turning you into a zombie? Return to the real world! Do one of these activities every week for a year and see what happens.
Designed as a pocket-sized coupon-style booklet with perforated pages — edited, illustrated and designed by Tamara Shopsin and Jason Fulford — OFFLINE ACTIVITIES contains 52 suggestions for engaging with the world beyond your electronic devices.
A few of our faves: “Write down a list of things you don’t like, and bury it.” “Cut up a piece of junk mail and make a collage.” “Go to the library to solve a problem.” “Listen to an album all the way through without doing anything else.”
Why You'll Love It:
- Part novelty, part self-help guide, 100% screen-free fun.
- Tear out one page a week for one year, and DESTROY THIS BOOK.
- 52 easy and fun ways to embrace your creative side.
Tamara Shopsin (born 1979) is an illustrator, graphic designer, writer and part-time cook in her family’s New York restaurant. She is the author of two memoirs, Mumbai New York Scranton (2013) and Arbitrary Stupid Goal (2017), designer of the 5 Year Diary and coauthor, with Jason Fulford, of the children’s book This Equals That (2014), among many other projects.
Jason Fulford (born 1973) is a photographer and cofounder of J&L Books. He is a Guggenheim Fellow, a frequent lecturer at universities and has led workshops across the globe. His numerous monographs include Hotel Oracle (2013), Contains: 3 Books (2016), The Medium Is A Mess (2018) and Picture Summer on Kodak Film (2019).