ICFF week is still going strong in New York and with it are some amazing tech-meets-art- meets-function innovations that I am crossing my fingers see eventual mass production. The folks over at They Should Do That found this wall mountable printer at the Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial. Designed by Ransmeier & Floyd, the prototype for the printer was created in 2005. According to the designers, it escapes from the uncommunicative box and take on its traditional role of image making in a more direct visual articulation, referencing a picture frame. It can hang on the wall or lean on the desktop and your pictures/documents will be displayed until you retrieve them.