October 28, 2010
Part artist and part surgeon, Brian Dettmer uses knives, blades, tweezers, pliers, and custom-mixed adhesive to painstakingly carve three-dimensional sculptures out of old reference books and textbooks.
See more of Dettmer’s sculptures here.

Part artist and part surgeon, Brian Dettmer uses knives, blades, tweezers, pliers, and custom-mixed adhesive to painstakingly carve three-dimensional sculptures out of old reference books and textbooks.

See more of Dettmer’s sculptures here.

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    wow…. just wow. These book sculptors are amazing. Click for his flicker.
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    in my art class right now we’re doing artist books, which is what I’m doing, making my own book, or book art, which the...