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Explaining the Kindle to Charles Dickins

By JK Evanczuk on Wednesday, November 9, 2011 - Comments Off

Rachel Walsh is a second year?Illustration student studying at Cardiff School of Art & Design. ?She was given the project: ??Explain something modern/Internet-based to someone who lived and died before 1900.” Her choice: explain the Kindle to Charles Dickens.

Walsh says:

?All the books I made?had the actual covers on them, and?were the books Dickens wrote, his favourite childhood books, or books I?ve got.

There are 40 little books inside.?

Learn more about the project here. Via MHP.

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You?ve never seen book art like this before.

By Joseph Rubino on Thursday, October 27, 2011 - Comments Off

p>Think of what you know about book art. Now think again. Wary Meyers Decorative Arts is a husband and wife design team who create breathtaking installations made of, and centered around, books. Take a look:

Seating made from ink drops:

View more of their work and learn more about the team here.

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