Workit Wednesday 012: Giveaway Edition
Testing the new Work Kit and a giving one away!
The janky time machine is currently in the shop getting new brakes and transmission lines. Things are bit chaotic with tools scattered about and oil stains on everything. But between fixing the thing and realizing the thing still isn’t fixed, I’ve got this shiny new Work Kit Of Design Fiction to keep me imagining harder. So while my brother helps me get the janky time machine wormhole-worthy (actually, he’s doing most of the work), I wanna talk to you about this time-travel blog.
This week is a special week as I’m celebrating reaching an arbitrary number of subscribers, both free and paid, and I want to thank you all for tuning into my missives on the daily. I didn’t think this project I started 6 months ago 🤯 would gain the traction that it has. My open rates suggest you are all digging the daily. Again, thank you all.
So, as a gesture of my gratitude I’m going to give away a few of these decks to my paid subscribers. Before I get into the details, let’s look at this thing.
This new edition has a whole bunch of new options in all the categories. Each card is designed with a rich and colourful visual to help get those generative juices flowing. The cards are sturdy, well-printed with a nice textured finish that give feel good to shuffle and flip.
Let’s look at today’s Workit Wednesday card selection
Archetype = Identity Card
Object = Food Printing Thing
Action = Repurpose
Attribute = Nasa Punk
Before I get into it …
A note on the giveaway.
I have a small supply of these limited run cards, still sealed and fresh from the Near Future Laboratory HQ and they are ready to get into your hot little hands. Here’s how to get one.
(this is your opportunity to become a paid subscriber and get a chance to win)
If you’re not willing to chance it and want a sure thing, we got you. You can get your copy at the Near Future Laboratory’s online bodega where everyone’s a winner. At least while supplies last.
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