Happy Memorial Day! In honor of this patriotic holiday, today’s Monday Eye Candy features the cover of America Starts Here: Kate Ericson and Mel Ziegler, edited by Ian Berry and Bill Arning. This book contains descriptions and images of Ericson’s and Ziegler’s works, which conceptualized America’s history in art. One example is the cover image—a house camouflaged in the municipally-approved “authentic colors” of Charleston, South Carolina, with the historically-related names of the commercial paints written on the patches. The title of the book comes from another piece of art done by the duo—old windows taken from a factory in Philadelphia, arranged in their original placement, cracked in honor of the Liberty Bell and Marcel Duchamp’s The Large Glass, and named after a slogan used to promote Philadelphia tourism in the 1980s. To see more of their eye-catching work, take a look at this truly American book.