Visionaire's Got the Smallest Book in the World
After publishing the world's largest magazine, New York publisher Visionaire is heading in the opposite direction. Now they've got their hands on the world's smallest book, Chekhov's Chameleon, and it'll be on display in their headquarters at 11 Mercer Street here in New York City until February 8th. Here's a tiny photo of it compared to the size of a dime:
The teeny-tiny book is only .9 X .9 millimeters, but still has 30 pages and three color illustrations and is on loan from Mark Palkovic from the Miniature Book Society. Compare that to their recent Lady Gaga "Larger Than Life" issue than measured 57.48 X 79 inches. No need to bring your own microscope, they've got one you can borrow.
Here's the trailer for their "Larger Than Life" issue: