Southern City Mysteries: Book Art

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Friday, March 23, 2012

Book Art

I love books.  I cherish them.  I love the way they look on my shelves and the way the paper feels under my fingertips.

But this artist has found a new way to love them.  German creator Dorisse can turn ordinary paper products into beautiful jewelry and, my favorite, book sculptures!
I will never give up reading the real thing, but I also love the idea of immortalizing my favorites as works of art--more than they already are, that is.

What do you think?  Reverent to the work or destroying it?


  1. Pretty! As long as it's not the last copy on earth, why not?

  2. Now THAT is pretty darn cool!

  3. well, we could allow the destruction of TWILIGHT and similar crap for some origami :)