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  • Svietka Rivilis

    acqua-di-fiori: Made from Old Book Covers – Amazing Paintings by Mike Stilkey

  • Theresa Coonen

    Very Cool Book Art! Want to create your own book art? Purchase old books and use your imagination. See what you come up with...maybe use a poster or paint....or..

  • Chantelle J

    Book cover art.

  • Sami Lovegood

    Book sculptures by Mike Stilkey

  • Rachel Goeden

    A new perspective on altered book sculpture

  • Kay Jay

    Mike Stilkey is the artist in charge of this book spine masterpiece

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