The Indisputable Joy of Things Arranged in Rainbow Order
Encyclopedia of Rainbows is a book. A happy book. A colorful book. A playful collection of rainbows—a bright and beautiful appreciation of all the color that surrounds us.
Artist Julie Seabrook Ream highlights the extraordinary beauty of ordinary objects: she gathers colorful iterations of a single type of thing, from feathers to fishing gear, matchbooks to macarons, and neatly arranges them in rainbow order.
If you liked The Art of Clean Up, you’ll love this book, too. Just take a look at these gorgeous photos:
7. Polished Stones
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That sure was nice, wasn’t it? You can find Encyclopedia of Rainbows here.
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