It’s always good to see a project that took painstaking time to create. We can only imagine the satisfaction that the artist feels when he/she steps back and takes in their effort. Known for his subversive wit, Chris Cobb diligently cataloged 20,000 books by color to create a vivid installation titled, There is Nothing Wrong in This Whole Wide World. Located in the Adobe Bookshop, the whole process took 10 hours–but not to worry, Cobb enlisted the help 16 volunteers.
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