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David Kracov

About David: David Kracov is a sculptor, painter, and animator, who received a BFA from studied at Rhode Island School of Design. He has worked at art since he was twelve, and was among the youn...
  • Loriann Arel

    The Book of Life. David Kracov. Each butterfly is a tribute to the delicacy and value of a child's life. One of my new favorite modern artists.

  • Pamela Reese

    "Book of Life" book sculpture by artist David Kracov

  • Vera van

    Book of Life #artistaday #books #art #sculpture #butterfly by David Kracov

  • Terrie Purkey

    David Kracov, altered book art

  • Nicole Kent

    Beautiful BOOK of LIFE metal sculpture created by artist DAVID KRACOV #book #books #art #book_art #inspiration

  • Antiel Eldar

    David Kracov #DavidKracov #design #sculpture #installation #jemmacraig #rustybreak #Art

  • Emily Anderson

    Los Angeles, CA artist David Kracov. This makes me want to rummage through a used bookstore and get into book art!

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so amazing. David Kracov is a sculptor, painter, and animator, who received a BFA from studied at Rhode Island School of Design... ...Butterflies are a continued theme in his work and every piece he makes includes at least one, sometimes visible and other times hidden. Kracov regards it as his signature.

su_blackwell With a few snips here, and a few snips there, London based artist/art director Su Blackwell turns ordinary books into stunning paper sculptures, bringing birds, butterflies and fairy tales to life…

Incredible Junk Wood Sculptures…

vintage magnolia printed on page from old dictionary by FauxKiss, $12.00

contemporary artist Brian Dettmer creates incredible works of art with old books and tremendous patience. Using knives, tweezers and surgical tools

Does anyone know who this artist is? I would like to buy all the things. ALL OF THEM.

Tree print - it's all animals! Simply amazing.

Probably the handiwork of some stupid anti-choice fuck, but it reads more like a metaphor for the burgeoning human population making irreversible marks on the ecosystem.

Detail - Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux. Ugolino and His Sons. Modeled ca. 1860–1861, executed in 1865–1867. Marble.

Bookart - The National Library of Scotland received this with the following note: For @natlibscot - A gift in support of libraries, books, words, ideas..... (& against their exit)