《纸有可能》是Wanghe Studio的材料研究方向项目之一。在该项目中作者试图将回收来的纸按照其自身固有属性延展至相应产品，探讨了在未来关于“纸品回收”这一环保实践新的可能。该系列共包含三个物件-由传单做成的喇叭、由报纸制成的铅笔以及由信件转化成的土电话。 通过选取这三种典型性质的纸（传销性、新闻性及隐私性）强调了该话题在未来强大的潜力与可行性。
Paper Possible is one of the material-research projects by Wanghe Studio, through which the designer intends to extend wastepaper into product based on its type. The project speculates an alternative for paper-recycling practice in the nearly future. The collection includes three objects – a megaphone made from waste leaflets; a series of pencils made of discarded newspaper and a paper-cup phone turned from missing letters. Three typical type of paper were selected (leaflet – business promotion, newspaper – public affairs, letter – private messages) addressing the great possibility and potential of this topic.
传单 – 话筒
According to data, paper recycling rate in Newham (located in East London) ranks bottom among all the districts in London 2017. In the first object I turned a great amount of leaflets collected in Newham into a megaphone for local street cleaner to address this environmental crisis. Here leaflet, a promotional type of paper is extended into a voice amplifier.
The texture depends on leaflets used during the making process, while the scattered leaflets imply various information.
The handle part is made of leather and brass hinge. By adding luxuri- ous details the criticality of the object is highlighted.
报纸 – 铅笔
More than thousand newspapers are failed to be recycled in London underground everyday. Through the second object, I transformed discarding newspapers into a series of pencils. Here newspaper, a paper carries public news is turned into a primary tool for creating news. The lead and prints on the pencil reflects different form of ink.
The messages left during production process becomes a special texture, which makes each pencil unique in stories.
信件 – 电话
据统计在英国每年会有近百万封信没有被成功送达。而这些信目前会被送到一个位于英国背北部叫“迷路邮局”(Dead letter office)的地方。在第三个物件中我将在该邮局收集起来的不同信件制作成一对传音电话。在此，信这一私密性的传播媒介被延伸至一个分享秘密的工具。
In the UK, it said that more than million letters are missing annually due to the unclear addresses. These letters are transported into a “dead-letter office” located in the north part of England. In the third object, I extend missing letters into a phone. Here letters, a private type of paper is turned into a tool for sharing secrets.
The white part suggests private messages, while the coloured texture is up to letters used during making process.
Different messages in the letter make a special texture of the object.