In the summer of 1995, bookmaker Johnny Carrera of Quercus Press found a tattered Webster's 1898 International Dictionary under his grandfather's favorite chair. He was fascinated with the thousands of engravings and spent the next decade of his life remaking the book using a Linotype machine.
The result is the gorgeous handmade Pictorial Webster. It's not just a book. It's an artwork. If you don't have a spare $3,500 to buy the deluxe full leather book, you can still get the great unwashed version for $23 at Amazon.
If you see only one video clip today, let this be it. Then check out the official Pictorial Webster's project page.