Kelli Anderson is an artist/designer/tinkerer who draws, photographs, cuts, prints, codes, and stop-motion-s. You may have seen her previously with her pop-up book that becomes a pinhole camera (This Book is a Camera
), her design and animation for Tinybop’s acclaimed Human Body app, her paper record player wedding invitation, or the counterfeit NY Times
action (made as part of activist group, The Yes Men.)
She is also known for her work for NPR, The New Yorker
, and MoMA—as well as brand redesigns for Russ & Daughters, Munchery, and momofuku.
Next fall, she will publish This Book is a Planetarium
—a collection of functional pop-up contraptions which elucidate scientific principles in tactile terms (and…yeah, it includes a tiny paper planetarium.)