This book without words is basically a folded painting. This modified concertina seems to spring in the face of its structure, not folding back neatly into the prescribed box or form , the folded book is unruly, and seems to defy the grid patterns on its pages, like Mondrian reducing the artistic vocabulary to simple geometric shapes. Once you stare at the super saturated pages, you imagine being transported into a minimalist world of exquisite color. This book successfully captures the essence of a book without relying on the traditional book building blocks. Completely devoid of text, the use of bold colors and angularity speak volumes about the place ofbooks in and ofcontemporary society itself.