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I Love Only What I At Least Knowby Lisa Kokin. Altered book (Mein Kampf), shredded and curled Hebrew book pages, PVA glue x x inches, 1999

Beautiful altered/cut bookwork. (Link doesn't credit the artist.)

Sunday brunch (60 photos)

Altered book art by livre paysage - this is gorgeous! I hate to think of an actual book being destroyed to make it, but it is beautiful.

Easy DIY Mini Accordion Book Photo Tutorial « In the Studio with Ruth Bleakley

Encuadernación de cubiertas con puntada copta circular exclusiva - Unique coptic stitch binding with circular cover detailing.

Book art,  This is so cool!  I would love to have one on my book shelf! hint hint  :-)

30 Insanely Beautiful Examples of DIY Paper Art That Will Enhance Your Decor homesthetics decor - Homesthetics - Inspiring ideas for your home.

Que faire avec des livres ? #54

Patricia Kaczmarek Zelda From Maine College of Art project "Long Overdue" led by faculty member Adriane Herman in collaboration with the Portland library to recycle used books in to art/// MECA!

Book Sculpture, Book Art, Papercraft

Folded World Atlas (Altered Books 2010) by robfos, via Flickr

Folding up the world! Folded World Atlas (Altered Books Large format altered atlas, folded pages [by ROBFOS]

Major Project: Book Sculpture "Plagued by Doubt" - Thomas Wightman aka Teej

Book Sculpture: Plagued by Doubt by Thomas Wightman, via Behance---this is beautiful, but I just keep wondering what book it is.

Clique AQUI.  Tem tutorial! Eles estão super presentes no mundo artesanal. São pequenas obras de arte que emocionam e encantam pessoa...

Clique AQUI. Tem tutorial! Eles estão super presentes no mundo artesanal. São pequenas obras de arte que emocionam e encantam pessoa...

It seems like anything can be made out of old books nowadays, and artist Pam Langdon has transformed them into flowers. These paper sculptures have been meticulously folded, with the artist paying close attention to detail. The artist also treats her work like actual flowers and arranges them on shelves as though they are natural specimens. The only aspect of these sculptures that remind us they were once books is the yellowish tinge of each blossom.

Unwanted books transformed into floral sculptures—Australian artist Pam Langdon folds new life into discarded books, transforming them into these beautiful creations.