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ELIOOO, the Japanese Edition is Out.

The Japanese edition of ELIOOO, the instruction manual about how to go to IKEA and build a device to grow food in your apartment is out.

The book was translated with (my great proud) by the artist Kione Kochi, who spent few months with me at Conceptual Devices working on different projects and proofread by Yoshikazu Eri. I can never be thankful enough to both of them.The book is distributed via Amazon in paperback format and soon it will be also available in a digital format via kindle and iTunes.

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