Google by Felix Heyes and Ben West Makes a Dictionary with Images

By: Kevin Young - Published: May 30, 2012 • References: felixheyes & designboom
Felix Heyes and Ben West has teamed up to create 'Google,' a visual dictionary made with words from the giant search engine.

It's only in today's modern world that an Internet search engine can have its own dictionary equipped with pictures. This UK-based duo have printed this book that is bound with artwork that pairs with 21,000 words from the English dictionary. The words are paired with the first image that pops up when searched on Google. 'Google' is a modern book that uses the Internet in order to create its structure.

Heyes and West created this pictorial book that's made up of JPGs, PNGs and GIFs, which comprise its 1,240 pages. The book brings together a list of words and its downloaded image and the second part to this book is a cluster of the images. It's hand-bound and surfaced with a marbled cover with Google's logo on the front.

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