Used Books As Art

When I first saw these images, I was blown away.  Actually, no matter how many times I see these works of art I am absolutely amazed.

Julia Feld, a St. Louis scientist and artist, uses simple tools like tweezers and scissors, to create complex art out of books.  Take a look at her work and then browse or shop more wonderous creations on her blog, Hokey Stokes!  Feld gives the purpose of used books a whole new meaning.

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