I didn’t have time this week to scan in a cool cover. But I have had this image ready, just waiting to put in a post.
A few years ago the New York Times ran this picture which I thought was fabulous. This image isn’t as good as I would like because the copy of the picture that I scanned has gotten a bit beat up in my files over the years.
In looking for information on this art installation I came across this great article about color coded shelves. From that article:
Even The New York Times Magazine’s style section recently featured the home of art collector Andy Stillpass, which houses a number of site-specific works by leading contemporary artists in a wide variety of media, including Stillpass’s own books, which were rearranged first by Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster to form “The Blue Vein” in 1993 and then further juggled by Rirkrit Tiravanija to form “The Red Threat” several years later.