3D printing has penetrated into almost all of the spheres of our life. And art is not the exception. Different kinds of installations and pieces of art have been created using the 3D printers. What about literature you may ask? Is it possible to print a usual book on a 3D printer? I would say not yet. But it is possible to 3D-print separate words from a famous book and combine them into quotations making the book alive and the text – the subject of installation. That what’s been done with various books of Gabriel García Márquez – a classic latin-american author – during the International Contemporary Art Fair (ARCO) taking place in Madrid, Spain. This was done to celebrate Colombia as a guest country this year.