CONTENTS


BLUE

11 The history and science behind the color blue, Dunn-Edwards.

16 Seeing, Wassily Kandinsky.

17 Achilles and the tortoise, Mark Tansey.

19 Why does the ocean appear blue? Is it because it reflects the color of the sky?, Scientific American.

23 Blue, Wikipedia.

101 8407 melrose, Los Angeles, CA 90069, Dawoon Jeon.
WATER

11 Water, Francis Ponge.

19 Pacific Palisades, CA 90272, Dawoon Jeon.

23 The water of tears, National Geographic.

26 Water, Encyclopedia Britannica.

35 Water on mars: what does it really mean? A new find of liquid water fuels hopes that life may yet exist on the red planet, National Geographic.

51 Water, Wikipedia
BOTTLE

11 Tubular glass house by aibek almassov could be built around a full-grown tree, Dezeen.

18 Bottle Fatigue, Urbandictionary.

19 Impossible Bottle, The Spokesman-Review.

26 Bottle the bottles the bottles the bottles, Lee Upton.

28 Drunk at a party, Lee Upton.

29 William painter, Wikipedia.

31 Bottle, Wikipedia.

41 Pictures of museum bottles, Wurtele Center

50 Cylinder, Wikipedia.

60 Range of bottle, Google Images.

73 The bottle, Gil Scott-Heron, Brian Jackson.

75 Blues in my bottle, Lightnin’ Hopkins.

81 Benewah milk bottle, Wikipedia.

85 On the sphere and cylinder, Yale University Library.

87 Bottles in The Getty, Getty Center.



BLUE WATER BOTTLE
The encyclopedic book about blue, water, and bottle. All design languages are based on the characteristics of water. I hoped readers to see this ordinary object differently by examining these three subjects respectively. Three columns representing each subject are not connected to each other, so readers should read this book in a unique way, and a combination of columns is unpredictable. I wondered how this structure helps people evoke a new way of synthesis and imagination about their own ‘blue water bottle’.


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