June 21, 2012
kcarenwilson:

theartofgooglebooks:

The Art of Google Books has finished up its solo show at the Reitz Union and is fresh off a stint at Volta Coffee, Tea & Chocolate. 
I have more than seventy framed prints, featuring the full spectrum of anomalies. Some will be given to friends and professors; others will find themselves on the walls of the good folks at Tumblr headquarters. 
If you want some free prints from The Art of Google Books for permanent residence in your school, office, coffeeshop, or shrine, please don’t hesitate to send me an e-mail!


For those interested, there are still about twenty prints left!

kcarenwilson:

theartofgooglebooks:

The Art of Google Books has finished up its solo show at the Reitz Union and is fresh off a stint at Volta Coffee, Tea & Chocolate

I have more than seventy framed prints, featuring the full spectrum of anomalies. Some will be given to friends and professors; others will find themselves on the walls of the good folks at Tumblr headquarters. 

If you want some free prints from The Art of Google Books for permanent residence in your school, office, coffeeshop, or shrine, please don’t hesitate to send me an e-mail!

For those interested, there are still about twenty prints left!

(via krissywilson)

June 5, 2012
The Art of Google Books has finished up its solo show at the Reitz Union and is fresh off a stint at Volta Coffee, Tea & Chocolate. 
I have more than seventy framed prints, featuring the full spectrum of anomalies. Some will be given to friends and professors; others will find themselves on the walls of the good folks at Tumblr headquarters. 
If you want some prints from The Art of Google Books for permanent residence in your school, office, coffeeshop, or shrine, please don’t hesitate to send me an e-mail!

The Art of Google Books has finished up its solo show at the Reitz Union and is fresh off a stint at Volta Coffee, Tea & Chocolate

I have more than seventy framed prints, featuring the full spectrum of anomalies. Some will be given to friends and professors; others will find themselves on the walls of the good folks at Tumblr headquarters. 

If you want some prints from The Art of Google Books for permanent residence in your school, office, coffeeshop, or shrine, please don’t hesitate to send me an e-mail!

March 25, 2012

Reader-painted plates.

Throughout A Complete View of Baltimore by Charles Varle (1833). Original from Harvard University. Digitized September 11, 2006.