04/21/2004 at 01:00 AM EDT
Brad Pitt's work is now between the sheets. That is, of a new book: "Greene & Greene: The Blacker House," a $49.95 coffee table volume about the arts and crafts movement highlighting the early 20th architectural style promoted by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright and the brothers Charles Sumner Greene and Henry Mather Greene. USA Today reports that the new book, written by architects Randell L. Makinson (who is Pitt's architect) and Thomas A. Heinz, features 21 black and white photos taken by the "Fight Club" star of a landmark Pasadena, Calif., house during its five-year restoration. The chapter is titled "Through the Lens of Brad Pitt," and his name is featured prominently on the cover of the book. The look of his photography is described as moody -- and obviously professional.