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Nov 15, 2004 11:52pm

books by color

Tomas and I swung by Adobe Books this afternoon. Artist Chris Cobb has rearranged every book on Adobe's shelf by color, for an unsettling faded-rainbow effect:

Especially cool is the shelf where the enormous white book collection abruptly moves through a few grays, and switches to black:

The floor is littered with tiny scraps of paper that seem to indicate which shelf each book was originally pulled from, to aid in next week's herculaean reorganizational effort when the show ends.

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