Paul Graham, ‘Films’, 2011. 
Published by MACK

At first sight the book shows a collection of color fields and abstract dots. But when you reach the end and see a list of almost extinct names like Kodacolor, Fujicolor, Tri-X, Kodachrome, Ektacolor, you realize the images are all extreme close-ups of raw film emulsion, beautifully printed on high-gloss paper to mimic the sheen of celluloid. Graham began scanning small portions of his blank film ends and unexposed frames. This way he presents us a tribute to the passing of film: grains, color dye clouds, black and white silver crystals, and its unavoidable small flaws like dust and scratches.