Unpublished Coffee Table Books: Chicago Edition
Like you, each year I take hundreds of photos. And each year I don’t know what to do with them, aside from creating a now long-running series of unpublished coffee table books. Like the ones right here. And also here. Not to mention over here. Oh, here’s another collection. And don’t forget these books. Here we have ones about Halloween. Ooo, this series is about cats. And this is a series about European cats. And, of course, books and books about dogs.
The point is, I’ve made a lot of coffee table books, all deemed unpublishable, unprintable, or unworthy as no-cost gifts to loved ones. But this collection is the very first one to focus on a specific city. A city I thoroughly enjoyed. A city that demanded one take an untold numbers of photographs. A city so unbelievably cold when visited in January that you feel your spine is about to shatter after being dipped in liquid nitrogen. So enjoy, and if you’re wondering why there isn’t a coffee table book about the Cloud Gate (aka The Bean), you can look for it in my next collection, 748 Photos of My Own Damn Reflection.