thanks for sharing your idea OP.
I'd like to add how the death of print started. I'm a creative director / designer and worked in print for 20 years and still going strong.
it started when computers came into the scene. us designers started doing our own typography on the computer and printing it out and taking that to
the camera house. there used to be type houses, a service that type set your print design job. you would give the specs like point size and leading
and font, then they would set the type and give you that type in print on paper so you could go and get it put on film to strip into your piece your
we stopped using the type houses, the type houses went under.
soon after that stat camera services went away.
just in a matter of about 4 years that part of the print service industry died.
we then started developing art on the computer and giving the files to a service beauro to have them.
now the entire process has been digitized. unless you print in spot colors, then there's some old school techniques involved. overall, our beloved
computers helped the evolution of the digital age and the demise of print as we 'knew' it.
print is costly, and Eco-unfriendly, but I still love a good book and nicely designed printed material.