We have another entry in what’s become an ongoing series of posts about stuff–furniture, principally–made of books. Today we’ve got a table from the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library in Indianapolis, where donated books were used to create the above display. This pic comes to us via Corey M Dalton.
So, now that we’ve got the ball really rolling, let’s see what other stuff we can find made of books. Email cteicher [at] publishersweekly.com or dm @PWxyz on twitter.
It’s Friday, which means it’s time for some fun. We thought we’d continue our series of cool Google image search for books. Remember a little while ago when we showed you those vases made of books? Well, it turns out there’s a heck of a lot more where they came from. Not only is there the chair above, but the blog Off Beat Earth has rounded up all kinds of really cool art made of books, including the, um, things below, and lots more.
I was just Googling around this morning, looking for something interesting to blog about and I stumbled upon this post from 2008 in Dezeen, a design blog. They’re book vases! Vases made of books! By Laura Cahill. How cool! Don’t you want one? Ok, now back to work…