10 snack-sized products that feed your psyche, not your sweet tooth.

 

Intangible Goods didn’t come out of thin air. The artists began by interviewing a number of mental health professionals and surveying Sydneysiders, to see which psychological needs were the most important. They then developed contents that would help fulfil those needs, if only for a moment. Every package is different with carefully-selected contents - some contain origami and pencils, others hold maps and little games. But all intend to tickle a mental need in an unexpected way.

 
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