This one goes out to all the visual learners out there.
A new art book entitled, “Google,” designed by UK-based duo Felix Heyes and Ben West, makes reading the dictionary a little less dense by combining the English language with Google images.
It’s a hefty two-part text (with 1,240 pages!) that pairs 21,000 words from the English dictionary with their respective Google images. Heyes and West used the very first photo that popped up on the search engine, with no exceptions. We’re sure you know from experience how hilarious that can be.
We think it might be more fun to skip to the back and see if you can guess what each image stands for.
Check out the book here and check out the current first result for “nylon” under the cut (or Google it!)…