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AMAZING ART: The Book Surgeon – making amazing carvings in old books

via mymodernmet.com How unbelievable are these? I’ve seen book art before but this is it on steroids! Intricate, multi-layered, visually arresting, just superb! From My Modern Metropolis: Using knives, tweezers and surgical tools, Brian Dettmer ca…

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Week 38 – Art & Visual Chapters: Inspired By Arnheim

Aaaaah Rudolph Arnheim. Writer, film critic and art philosophizer extraordinaire. Just hours ago, I finished his lengthy, verbose but fascinating book Art & Visual Perception – The Psychology Of the Creative Eye. I have previously blogged my readi…

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Progress and changes | An iPad on the Bookshelf by Colors in B&W’s on Flickr

via flickr.com A wonderfully executed shot that has so much depth and meaning about old VS new! Personally, digital as I am, I do not want to stare at a screen when I am reading. I like flipping pages, staring and front and back covers and seeing …

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American Nerd: The Story of My People By Benjamin Nugent – Google Books

via books.google.com Reading an interesting book now about nerds. Here is an overview by goodreads.com: Most people know a nerd when they see one but can’t define just what a nerd is. American Nerd: The Story of My People gives us the history of t…

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