Longhand Publishers, a collaborative book making installation by the Antwerp designers collective Indianen, invited visitors to design pages for special books. Using custom software and electronics Indianen rebuilt the former printing office of newspaper De Stem into a “design-print-publish-machine”. Within the limits of the machine, visitors worked with shapes, patterns and lines to create a design. Every book was completely unique, 'printed' on the spot by a home made drawing machine. Slowly the booklets appeared on paper, ready to be torn off and folded into a unique copy.