I recently found three artists with three different ways and styles of changing books into something unexpected. So here is what you can do with your old dull shelves of books.
Archive for April, 2012
Not just a monkey: wildlife photography and what is behind these photos
Last weekend I went to the World Press Photo Awards Days. The Sem Presser lecture this year was held by ‘veteran’ wildlife photographer Michael “Nick” Nichols. And for the first time, the beautiful-too-beautiful-to-be-true wildlife photography I usually see in National Geographic, got a new human dimension. Got a context. And a face.
Old CDs metamorphosis: the art of Sean Avery
Sean Avery is an artist and an illustrator for children’s books. And he’s the one turning old CDs into these animals. They look a bit kitsch and don’t invite touching. And since I find kitsch unfairly unappreciated and I have a geeky interest in things made of non-conventional stuff, I found these animals worth looking at.