Created by artists Felix Heyes and Ben West, Google – “a 1240 page behemoth of JPGs, GIFs and PNGs in alphabetical order,” as described by Creative Applications, is the kind of book that every geek should have on his or her coffee table. It’s a compilation of every single Google Image result for every word in the dictionary.
Of course, this book, at least for the moment, is meant as a work of art, and should not technically violate any copyright laws — so long as it is never put into production and sold. That said, it looks like a small run of softcover editions will be printed, according to CAN.
Click the pic to watch the video, or alternatively, click here to read more about the project.