If you had an infinite amount of time on your hands, what would you do? Create a cure for cancer? Try to stop world hunger? Or how about create a book featuring a Google image for every single word in the dictionary. All 21,000. Well that's exactly what UK based artists Felix Heyes and Ben West have developed. The book, entitled 'Google', contains one image for 21,000 words found in an average English dictionary. The duo used the first image that came up when they did the Google search, filling all 1,240 pages with JPGs, GIFs and PNG images. How did they do it? Well it turns out they used a php script that West's brother created for them (that's what brothers are for).
You want a copy? Well it turns out this wasn't created for mass production due to the fact it would likely infringe on copy wright laws. Go figure.
"it's really an unfiltered, uncritical record of the state of human culture in 2012. I would estimate about half of the book is revolting medical photos, porn, racism or bad cartoons." - Ben West(Spotted @ DesignBoom)