Reanimation Library of odd visuals goes online

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The Reanimation Library is a curious independent little library in Brooklyn. The collection consists of several hundred books that contain odd graphics and photos. It's sort of a visual library-as-wunderkammer of books scored from thrift stores, stoop sales, and garbage cans around the country. It started as a personal resource for Andrew Beccone when he was making a lot of fliers for his punk bannd. Today, Beccone launched his Reanimation Library browsable image archive where he's posting scanned art from the books and making them publicly available. Right now, the scanned image archive represents just a tiny fraction of the pictures you might see visiting the physical library, where a scanner is available for public use. Link (via Morbid Anatomy)