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This is a place for some child-lady on the internet to show what she likes. Subject matter includes: printmaking, contemporary art, feminism, queer activism, literature, TV shows I haven't watched in a long time, cute animals, Canadiana, among other things. Come, let's procrastinate together.

fuckyeahbookarts:

Handmade Paper Sculptures & Wooden Jewelry by Flóra Vági

“I make objects that are intimate and meaningful to their owners who carry them.”

ianbrooks:

Weapon of Mass Instruction

Built from a welded frame atop a 1979 Ford Falcon, Raul Lemesoff drives around the streets of Buenos Aires distributing free books to anybody who wants to be assaulted with some serious learnin’.

(via: make / laughingsquid)

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kylamccallum:

This piece was created by Kyla McCallum for a project mentored by the German Fashion Designer Eva Gronbach in Cologne, 2007. The skirt holds 67 books with a total of 20,000 pages, each one folded by hand. Photography by Natascha Aplas.

To see some more of Kyla’s work go to…

http://kylamccallum.tumblr.com/

http://thelittlepocketbook.tumblr.com/

oliphillips:

LabRats

by Werner Design Werks & Worklabs

It’s an introductory/welcome kit to stimulate conversation & creative thinking.

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streetsofglory:

Different styles of book-binding.

streetsofglory:

Different styles of book-binding.

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fuckyeahbookarts:

By Lisa Occhipinti

fuckyeahbookarts:

By Lisa Occhipinti

defacedbook:

Dario Robleto
Darios Shredded Love Letters, 1997
Pill bottle,  pill capsules, shredded love letters from 7th through 9th grade years,  homemade labels with text front and back
(4 1/2 x 2 x 1 1/2 inches)

defacedbook:

Dario Robleto

Darios Shredded Love Letters, 1997

Pill bottle, pill capsules, shredded love letters from 7th through 9th grade years, homemade labels with text front and back

(4 1/2 x 2 x 1 1/2 inches)

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fuckyeahbookarts:

You certainly have a lot of patience! :O

fafandbo:

the biggest book in the world!

well, as big as i could manage at the moment…

75.6m of paper and 16 hours & 10 minutes later.