Usually people want printers to print on paper or that information, whether it be letters, numbers or illustrations. Most often, these devices are in the office, as well as in homes of students and schoolchildren who are more likely than other people take the opportunity to visualize digital information. When printing is no longer needed or damaged, they go in the trash or shredder. But it was only until recently, until the Korean designer Kim Su Yeon not come up with a Reverse Printer.
Reverse Printer though the concept, but very promising, and most importantly – high demand. It will not only help get rid of excess paper trash in the form of drafts, which are usually inundated with adoptive and offices of accountants, but also great to save on paper. After Reverse Printer is a printer on the contrary.