The Infinite Library is a project by Daniel Gustav Cramer and Haris Epaminonda.
The book objects are each made from pages of existing books removed from their bindings and rebound as one. Some of these series loosely relate to each other via a third element: geometrical shapes abstracted from the images, computer-edited, and overprinted on the originals. The disparate image stocks become intertwined and open on one another. Having transcended any thematic organization, the loose pages have the potential to amalgamate into an infinite number of new books. In so doing, they yield a library that defies conventional categorization.