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Seussical - Fall 2011

Seussical - Fall 2011

A blog for creative types interested in the (un)conventional world of Book Arts! Posts here will feature artist's books, illustration, book binding, typography, sketch-booking, scrap-booking, print-making, paper making, altered books, how to guides, zines, paper engineering and more! Feel free to submit your own work, thoughts around the subject, or even just inspiration new and old.

A blog for creative types interested in the (un)conventional world of Book Arts! Posts here will feature artist's books, illustration, book binding, typography, sketch-booking, scrap-booking, print-making, paper making, altered books, how to guides, zines, paper engineering and more! Feel free to submit your own work, thoughts around the subject, or even just inspiration new and old.

No Barbie for me! I had Johnny & Jane West and all the horseswhen I was young, the hole shooten match, wish I still had them!

No Barbie for me! I had Johnny & Jane West and all the horseswhen I was young, the hole shooten match, wish I still had them!

It seems like anything can be made out of old books nowadays, and artist Pam Langdon has transformed them into flowers. These paper sculptures have been meticulously folded, with the artist paying close attention to detail. The artist also treats her work like actual flowers and arranges them on shelves as though they are natural specimens. The only aspect of these sculptures that remind us they were once books is the yellowish tinge of each blossom.

It seems like anything can be made out of old books nowadays, and artist Pam Langdon has transformed them into flowers. These paper sculptures have been meticulously folded, with the artist paying close attention to detail. The artist also treats her work like actual flowers and arranges them on shelves as though they are natural specimens. The only aspect of these sculptures that remind us they were once books is the yellowish tinge of each blossom.

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