an original book label design specifically designed for structuring big academic libraries. a book's cover loses it's importance in a vast library collection, squashed between "this" book & "that" book, resulting in a mismatch of textures, typefaces & colors. as a result, it is the spine that one generally look's for & more specifically, its call number label. with so much pressure on the call number label, the tiny, inconsistent sticker to be slapped on inconsistently seems designed carelessly.
instead, the wrap around label system system uses the 1st letter of the call number to classify every book into 1 of 21 general subject matters, resulting in an information book shelf grid. colors are assigned to the subjects as a rainbow gradient, while all additional information is listed on the back
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