Tag Archives: Book Art

Bookmarking Book Art – Chris Ruston

Ruston’s art celebrates the natural world and human spirit, inviting viewers “to follow, to unravel secrets, and to pay close attention to the world around them”. Part of a series called Ocean Blue, the book She Returns uses a double concertina fold and … Continue reading

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Bookmarking Book Art – in medias res … Andrew Hayes

When Andrew Hayes told me it was e.e. cummings’ 100 poems he had found in the middle of the stacks of books awaiting a bookshelf he planned to build, I winced. Cummings has always been hard for me to figure. … Continue reading

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Bookmarking Book Art – The Mystery Book Artist of Edinburgh & the Trick of the Light Theatre

Drawing to its close, does 2014 have any more treats or presents to bestow beyond the return of the Mystery Book Artist of Edinburgh and the debut of “The Bookbinder” from New Zealand’s Trick of the Light Theatre? The MBAE has … Continue reading

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Bookmarking Book Art – Helen Yentus

“This limited, numbered edition of Chang-rae Lee’s On Such a Full Sea will be available on January 7th, 2014. Riverhead art director Helen Yentus and members of the MakerBot team designed the slipcase, and 200 of them will be made with the MakerBot® … Continue reading

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Bookmark – Ringing the Changes on “The End of Books” (2014)

Are we there yet? I mean the sesquicentenary of the premature announcement of the death of the book and such of its hangers as authors, readers and libraries.  I suppose I should be satisfied to have seen its centenary.  Robert … Continue reading

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Bookmarking Book Art — Carl Pappenheim

Well-reviewed (see below), Spineless Classics — Carl Pappenheim’s prints that use all the words of a book to outline an emblematic image of the work — raise questions unasked by the interviewers:  If we stand before a Spineless Classic and … Continue reading

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Bookmarking Book Art – Ragnhildur Jóhanns

Ragnhildur Jóhanns | visual artist.

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