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This playful collection of rainbows is a bright and beautiful appreciation of all the color that surrounds us. Artist Julie Seabrook Ream invites us to see 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. A fascinating index details all the objects in each rainbow, bringing the magnetic appeal of meticulous organization to this burst of color in book form. A striking package with a rainbow-colored spine makes this celebratory book a treasure for those who love art, design, and a fresh perspective.
About the Author
Julie Seabrook Ream is an artist who never could pick a favorite color. She lives in Columbus, Ohio.
“Encyclopedia of Rainbows is a reminder to stay curious: To think about the natural colors we might find in nature, the objects we might be overlooking. And to consider what we can create when we bring all of these together.” —Hello Giggles
“Whether you’re a color fiend or an organization enthusiast, Encyclopedia of Rainbows is sure to make you see the world around you through a whole new (colorful) lens.” —My Modern Met
“Visually arresting.” —Country Living Magazine
“This fun new photography book is filled with rainbows made of everything from flowers to stamps to sweets.” —Martha Stewart Weddings
“They kinda just make you feel like everything is right with the world.” —BuzzFeed
“The perfect book for color organizing enthusiasts.” —Mental Floss