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Coffee table books are an easy way to bring visual and literary interest into the mix of your decor , giving an uninspired tabletop a new sense of purpose. Plus, what better way to entertain guests and prove how cultured you really are than with a thoughtfully curated collection that immediately catches their eye? We can all get behind this classic ROY. Inspired by the Pantone color system, this book examines the way color ties into our astrology, numerology, lives, and relationships, with an exploration of color theory for every day of the year. His playful style, which includes street art, pop art, graffiti, and sculpture, tells not only the tale of his own creative development, but also highlights the visual culture of the 20th century. The world would be a better place if we all just admitted that appetizers are the best part of a meal, right?