Even though this Dedalus Foundation video in the Paris Review inexplicably fails to include any footage of me hunched over my laptop, it still makes me proud to have been an editorial cog in such a grand undertaking as Motherwell Paintings and Collages: A Catalogue Raisonné, 1941–1991. (As Wikipedia reports, it “took 11 years to complete the three-volume catalogue raisonné of Motherwell’s work . . . with approximately 25 people contributing to the project.”) In the age of the Kindle (as excellent a device as it is), it’s heartening to see a celebration of the printing process as an art, and of the book as a physical object.