As Mok says in an interview at the back of the book, "I wasn't intentionally looking for pink things to shoot. They are a collection of photos I've shot over the years." In this way, the editing of 28 Pictures is similar to an Ed Panar project, in that he also lets himself be guided by connections between the photos he's already shot over several years. Choosing to display only photographs of one color is restrictive, but even within this limitation there is a wide range of photographs here. Some photos are bold, like the the bright pink parking space which opens the book. Still, among the photos that stand out to me are the images of a poster for a missing cat, and the sky over Los Angeles. In both of these photos, the pink is accidental: it's only because the colors of the poster have run, or that the sky has taken on a barely perceptible rosy color, that we can see anything pink at all.