The Repurposed Library
33 Craft Projects That Give Old Books New LifeBook - 2011
The Repurposed Library is a celebration of the possibilities that books have to offer as an art material. Obviously, we love to read and learn from books, but The Repurposed Library takes our passion for books one step further, presenting crafters with 33 projects to make out of books. Each year thousands of books are sold at flea markets for pennies, remaindered by bookstores, and given away by libraries. Lisa Occhipinti rescues and repurposes these orphaned books, transforming them into new art objects and practical items for the home and everyday life. The projects in The Repurposed Library range from artfully constructed mobiles, wreaths, and vases, to functional items, such as shelves, a secret box, a lampshade, and even a Kindle holder for those who want to replicate the sensation of holding a realA" book. Projects utilize every imaginable part of a book - from hardback cover to individual pages - and often require no more than a craft knife and Elmer's glue to complete. Hand-drawn step-by-step illustrations make the instructions especially easy to follow.
Publisher: New York : Stewart, Tabori & Chang, c2011
Branch Call Number: ANF 745.5 OCC
Characteristics: 144 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm
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