5,000 Books Pour Out of a Building in Spain
Artist Alicia Martin's tornado of books shoot out a window like a burst of water from a giant hose. The Spain-based artist's sculptural installation at
STEAMPUNK Gadgets and Devices
This fascinating subculture was visited only once by Vermont DeadLine in my previous post entitled "And Now For Steampunk Completely Different". It is a new year, and in my humble opinion, it is worth revisiting. These people have taken every day objects and reinvented them into fascinating, [mostly] useful devices and gadgets. To me, the level of work put into creating what really is art, exemplifies Steampunk as a stand on its own genre. Thankfully, the exact recipe for creating anything…
Igloo Reading | ShelfTalker
Here's a new take on curling up with a favorite book on a snowy day: build an igloo. I love this picture beyond reckoning. It's a fourth-grader happily nestled in a snow fort, reading Barbara O'Connor's delightful How to Steal a Dog, oblivious to the outside world.
Steve McCurry: gorgeous photographs of people reading around the world.
Photojournalist Steve McCurry is best known for shooting one of the most famous photographs ever taken -– 1985′s “Afghan Girl,” an image of a young girl with sea green eyes staring defiantly into t…