At the intersection of Queen and Ossington in Toronto, there's a pop-up bookstore that's been opened to sell just one book—In No Particular Order by Sean Brown, which is described as a visual essay on travel, research and design. The pop-up opened recently and fortunately for those who are looking to experience all that it has to offer, it will be sticking around indefinitely.
Rather than going inside of the physical space, passersby are invited to purchase the book directly from the window by scanning a QR code. The eye-catching installation not only stands out for the fact that it shares just one book and a cashless model but also a striking all-blue design. Brown himself advises: " I’d say go at night when it glows and plus it’s a better photo op."