That sums it up nicely. ;)

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A book igloo!

Home, A Book Igloo Home is a recent sculptural installation by Colombian artist Miler Lagos. The piece was constructed at MagnanMetz Gallery late last year using carefully stacked books to create a compact dome that is entirely self-supporting.

Hidden tome ... uh ... tomb?

Artist Guy Laramee has produced some quite exquisite work in the form of carved book landscapes, and the dense pages of old books are excavated to reveal serene and beautiful mountains, plateaus, and ancient structures. Via Guy Laramee.

Zander Olsen

Tree, Line by Zander Olsen. These works involve site specific interventions in the landscape, ‘wrapping’ trees with white material to construct a visual relationship between tree, not-tree and the line of horizon according to the camera’s viewpoint.

I'll take two. For ... uh ... multiplayer.

You'll never have to say goodbye to your favorite gaming console thanks to the controller desk organizer. This re-purposed controller is hollowed out so every pen and pencil you have scattered on your desk can remain organized and always at hand.

Now/Never

Leonardo Sonnoli’s screen printed posters featuring “take a number” paper tickets are one-word meditations on the concept of time.

Fold you I will.

The Force is strong with this one. The Force of awesomeness that is. This Origami Yoda is some next level Jedi paper folding. Sure you could buy a Star War

A Jealousy Glass is a spyglass which has been altered in such a way that the viewer appears to be looking in one direction while secretly viewing another. In my forthcoming novel, The Jealousy Glass, an instrument of this type is used in the court of Anjdur, where constant vigilance is required in the light of a number of recent assassination attempts.

A Jealousy Glass is a spyglass which has been altered in such a way that the viewer appears to be looking in one direction while secretly viewing another. In my forthcoming novel, The Jealousy Glass, an instrument of this type is used in the court of Anjdur, where constant vigilance is required in the light of a number of recent assassination attempts.


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