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book sculpture 7 by vanawillemiel book sculpture 7 by vanawillemiel
Some things that I am doing in college at the moment questioning structure.
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GraphicFoundry Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2008  Professional General Artist
This one looks like a bridge or a windmill. Cutting chunks out of the pages makes for a weird effect, doesn't it? You could make books threaded like screws if you changed the position of the hole gradually, page by page.
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vanawillemiel Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2008  Professional Traditional Artist
oh my god! thats an amazing idea! i know why i stick around you ;)
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GraphicFoundry Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2008  Professional General Artist
Patrick Anytime package: available 24 hours a day ;-).
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Flockhart Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2008
These are great - very sculptural forms - the fact that they evolved from books makes the concept even more satisfying.
You might be interested in the work of Brian Dettmer who has also explored cutting into books [link]
:D
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vanawillemiel Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2008  Professional Traditional Artist
i know his stuff!! the are absolutely amazing, i have a stack of encyclopedia britannica which i am psyching myself up for! thanks for the link and the info! so nice to get advice on here.
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vanawillemiel Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2008  Professional Traditional Artist
yes I did, I folded the pages back on themselves and then cut out the square section, I folded and cut about twenty pages at a time.
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orion-7 Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2008
i assume from this one that you cut the pages?
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