Obliteracy

Sometimes I Forget….

I keep forgetting to remind all the followers of this blog that It is on Hiatus until Mid-August 2013. Well, here is the reminder…. finally. Sorry if anyone has kept expecting some awesome posts from here. If you want updates on what I, personally, am doing go look up my other blog on tumblr: Girl Gone Orange .

Hope to get back to sharing some awesome book art with the world again soon!

Paper Art of Tea Cup Sets (by Jennifer Collier)

(Source: from89)

fuckyeahbookarts:

Touchstones: Altered Books and Stones by Pamela Paulsrud

What looks like small stones are actually miniature books!

jacobsstephaniemaster:

http://www.lostateminor.com/2012/11/12/literature-vs-traffic-in-melbourne/

Welcome to a book lover’s paradise. The streets of Melbourne have been installed with 10,000 discarded books, overflowing and filling in empty public spaces with pure, serene literature. The lovely pages were lit up with LEDs to create a scene for the modest power of the written word. On the last night of the one-month installation, visitors were offered to take home the overflowing books, and even some passerby cars were gifted with these. This ephemeral installation, byLuzinterruptus, reflects the wonder of books and its grand balance of words and imagination.

(Source: , via handletteringingraphicdesign)

sosuperawesome:

Cerebral Mapping, book art installation by Jessica Drenk

(Source: sosuperawesome)

bookporn:

Master Humphrey’s Clock. by Rose Ann Mary K

The clock ends where the story “Master Humphrey’s Clock” begins, so you can still read it.

bookporn:

Master Humphrey’s Clock. by Rose Ann Mary K

The clock ends where the story “Master Humphrey’s Clock” begins, so you can still read it.

amandaonwriting:

pocketbench by Swiss artist Jan Reymond

amandaonwriting:

pocketbench by Swiss artist Jan Reymond