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"Upper cut’ by dennis Oppenheim, 1992

books are used to form the teeth in giagantic dentures and are suspended, burnt, scrawled upon and formed stone

Dennis Oppenheim, Upper Cut

Upper Cut by Dennis Oppenheim ArtSpecifier: Linking artists with designers, architects, art consultants and art lovers worldwide.

Book Sculptures by Guy Laramee. Amazing - finally something about books i can appreciate :)

Amazing Carved Book Art By Guy Laramee. Amazing Carved Book Art By Guy Laramee. Amazing Art Work With Books Creative Art Work Books By .

They're still books – only a bit changed. All these books were transformed into visual art, but still they're books. American artist and mathematician with a strange name, Robert The, has made bizarre creations from books for many years. His art works are stored in many private collections and are exhibited in modern museums. (Link)

10 Amazing Book-Art Pieces - book art, books art

Travelers No. 1 and No. 2 by Thomas Parker Williams, continuous pages moved through view finder.

2 by Thomas Parker Williams, continuous pages moved through view finder.

Yorkshire Sculpture Park | Dennis Oppenheim at YSP

Yorkshire Sculpture Park | Dennis Oppenheim at YSP

engagement rings

Engagement rings in the ground at English Bay. By Dennis Oppenheim, made of glass, steel, and aluminum. It should be a good place to engage!

Reflections on a Misadventure by Judy Lynn of Mirabelle Studio.    link-stitch book with digital photographs         2008

Reflections on a Misadventure by Judy Lynn of Mirabelle Studio. link-stitch book with digital photographs 2008

Jody Alexander's marvelous book art sculpture forms.  She will be teaching a workshop in the Blue Ridge Smoky Mountains in WNC at Cullowhee Mountain ARTS summer 2013. http://www.cullowheemountainarts.org/week-2-june-23-28/jody-alexander-the-stitcherly-book#sthash.dxa5EVk7.dpbs

She will be teaching a workshop in the Blue Ridge Smoky Mountains in WNC at Cullowhee Mountain ARTS summer www.

Kathryn Immonen - I can make you love me

Kathryn Immonen’s I can make you love me

Analysis by Margaret Whiting

Analysis by Margaret Whiting. I like the symmetry and the muted colour. I also like the sturdy, rigidness of the wire juxtaposed with the flimsiness of the paper.

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