Book and Paper Art
Book art sculpture by Thomas Wightman
Journalistic Pop-Up Books by Colette Fu: Capturing the Diversity of China’s Southwest Yunnan Province
Miniature Monday! This is Pepys Pops Up: Moving events from the diary of Samuel Pepys, Esq. 1660-1667. Poole Press, 1986.
A selection of prizewinning bookbindings from The Bookbinding Competition 2009
From Within a Book… Ship book sculpture using a book called ‘Ships & Sailing: Tales of the Sea’ fromwithinabook.t...
Artist Jennifer Collier creates sculptures of familiar household objects using handmade paper fabrics that she creates through a technique of bonding, waxing, trapping and stitching. It’s a process she refers to as ‘remaking’. The papers themselves serve as both the inspiration and the media for her work, with the narrative of the books and papers suggesting the forms. She gives new life to things that would otherwise be thrown away.”
“Book Sculpture” by Bronia Sawyer
pastiche knitwear: French Link Binding Tutorial
The Skin Book
Book Of Love by David Kracov “Book Of Love” transform from the prose of the likes of Browning, Frost, Shelley, and Byron, into a colorful burst of hearts. “Book Of Love” is a hand-made, one-of-a-kind, steel sculpture, and David writes different prose and poems in every sculpture, so each and every “Book Of Love” is truly unique. Romantic and tragic, short lived and everlasting, every love has a story.
Book Of Love by David Kracov Inspired by David’s love and passion for reading and poetry, the pages of “Book Of Love” transform from the prose of the likes of Browning, Frost, Shelley, and Byron, into a colorful burst of hearts. “Book Of Love” is a hand-made, one-of-a-kind, steel sculpture, and David writes different prose and poems in every sculpture, so each and every “Book Of Love” is truly unique.
Elle Decoration SA: Guest blog: Book Art!
‘Le rêve’ by Émile Zola; illustrations by Carlos Schwabe and L. Métivet. Published 1893 by E. Flammarion.
Hold Still, I’m Trying To Read The Book Printed On Your T-Shirt... Litographs began with taking the entire text from classic books and printing them on a single poster. It’s not just lines of words though; the negative space is a representative image of the book. It’s a fantastic idea, and the posters are eye-catching. However, they’ve recently launched a Kickstarter campaign to execute the same idea on t-shirts.
Lithographs - entire books printed on shirts