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Like the Harry Potter part where the keys have wings, only here, the books have wings. Or at least that's what came to my mind when I saw this.

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Julie Dodd: "[T]his work is about the declining population of trees and the importance and impact they have on the planet. Carbon dioxide is probably the largest contributor to climate change, with human consumption being the major factor. Trees play an important role in the survival of our planet as they absorb carbon dioxide. Inspired by lung tissue, this miniature forest canopy emphasizes how trees are the lungs of the World." (Edition of 80) #Expo2015 #World'sFair #Milan

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Masao Yamamoto carries his photographs around with him for weeks allowing them to become aged and so appear loved.

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Christian Boltansky (France, 1944) "Flying Books" instalation in memory of Jorge Luis Borges in Ex Biblioteca Nacional – Centro Nacional de la Música, Buenos Aires. photos Ingrid Roddick

Christian Boltansky (France, 1944) "Flying Books" instalation in memory of Jorge Luis Borges in Ex Biblioteca Nacional – Centro Nacional de la Música, Buenos Aires. photos Ingrid Roddick

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from juxtapoz.com

Magazine - Ekaterina Panikanova's Paintings on Books

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