Plugged in Books

A short history of colour. Here is the crowning achievement of the colour of the individual consciousness. Best it could do.

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Vincent Van Gogh, Tournesols, 1888

And here it is today, after weathering world wars, the Cold War, and post-modernist art practice:

Maille_Dijon_OriginaleAnd where, then, is the cutting edge of colour now? Aha!

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Sewage Treatment Plant Outflow Spigot, Vernon, British Columbia

And even moreso, here:

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Graveyard Walking Path, Victoria, British Columbia

Well, here’s what books looked like in 1888:

electricTime to plug in.

 

 

 

4 thoughts on “Plugged in Books

  1. All the colonial masters of the pre-Canadian colony are buried there. Why they laid down an asphalt path in the first place, well, that’s why existentialism was invented.

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