With the internet being the information super highway, we’re all only a couple of clicks away from finding the answer to that question that eludes us. Gone are the good old days of trawling through the Encyclopaedia Britannica and its numerous volumes, we have the likes of Google and Bing to do our painstaking searching for us.

Arguably the most complete source for credible information, our modern day Encyclopaedia Britannica, is Wikipedia. Graphic Designer Rob Matthews ingeniously came up with the idea of returning Wikipedia back to the more traditional format of hard back literature. The 5000 page behemoth contains every page from Wikipedia’s online counterpart. While we’re not so sure the trees will be too happy about this, the concept is a good one; a traditionally modern Encyclopaedia.