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A Giant Labyrinth Constructed from 250,000 Books.

A Giant Labyrinth Constructed from books! London continues today with the completion of this enormous book maze designed and built by Brazilian artists Marcos Saboya and Gualter Pupo (and over fifty volunteers) at Southbank Centre.

Step Inside a Book Labyrinth Shaped Like Borges' Fingerprint | The Creators Project

Step Inside a Book Labyrinth Shaped Like Borges' Fingerprint

Step Inside a Book Labyrinth Shaped Like Borges' Fingerprint | The Creators Project

Interior bookshop

From Bookshelf Porn “Rahva Raamat” bookstore / 570 / Project team: Kristjan Holm, Eeva Masso, Hannes Praks Photo by Jaak Nilson.

7 dicas para escolher sua profissão - Guia do Estudante

7 dicas para escolher sua profissão

LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY Children run in the 'aMAZEme' labyrinth made from books at The Southbank Centre on July 2012 in London, England. Brazilian artists Marcos Saboya and Gualter Pupo used books to create the maze which will be on display until August

Sometimes you need books to be a wall holding back the stress of the world. This picture is gorgeous.

Jacek Yerka - Bible dam (Behind every stack of books is a flood of knowledge)

"Home" is a sculptural installation by Colombian artist Miler Lagos. The piece was constructed at MagnanMetz Gallery in 2011 using carefully stacked books to create a compact dome that is entirely self-supporting.

"Home" is a sculptural installation by Colombian artist Miler Lagos. The piece was constructed at MagnanMetz Gallery in 2011 using carefully stacked books to create a compact dome that is entirely self-supporting.

SHUNT MADE A MAZE AND IT WAS BAD: This show begins promisingly. The audience walks through a door into a bare room with light wooden walls. There’s another door in the wall opposite, which leads to another room, and then another. Eventually, you feel you are lost in a maze with no one to help you. It is a brilliantly constructed labyrinth. Each room features small things designed to confuse.

The Architects, Shunt, The Biscuit Factory, review

Shunt theatre collective's new show, The Architects, in a cold warehouse, is a matter of style over substance, writes Daisy Bowie-Sell.

Library Seating

Interesting new classification system in an elementary library - too time consuming but intriguing list of how the nonfiction section was sorted (I'm thinking of reorganizing my to make it more user-friendly for my students.

Tower of Babel Built with 30,000 Books

Tower using 30000 Books The Argentinian artist Marta Minujin built in Buenos Aires this massive tower made up of books, referring to the nomination of Buenos Aires by UNESCO like world capital of the book in 2011

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