Veronica Mount Baker
Saturdays. Continues through April 30 2015
Recommended by Krishanu Ray
In Colophon, Joshua Caleb Weibley dryly riffs on the iconic cover designs of the O’Reilly manuals. Even if you aren’t a programmer, these ubiquitous things may have lodged in your memory. Each book, dedicated to a different concept, is distinguished by a distinct animal illustration on its cover. Weibley redraws each by hand, mimicking the style of an ink-jet printer and framing each composition with a faux granite countertop solid. Meet the fearful gaze of the owls on the cover of Weibley’s rendition of Mastering Regular Expressions and meditate on our sad and magical computer world.