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Interesting Art - Issac Salazar - Book Sculpture

Added: Wednesday, June 20th 2012 at 8:24pm by ILoveCats
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Cool, huh?   ^..^

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wow....VERY COOL!!!  I want to figure out how he did that....I want one of each!

A new twist on origami!!

Really!!  They're great!

Very cool.

Yup...I would never have the patience!

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I thought they were neat too :-)

Great but I hate to see books destroyed!!!{#basic-angry.gif} {#basic-cry.gif} {#basic-frown.gif}

They aren't destroyed! The pages are just bent.....i think.

I wonder if one day books will go the way of the land line...a generation to come will wonder they all the money was spent on printing books when they are now on CDs, online, and on audio cassettes....people will be selling them on eBay...

ebooks are lready outselling printed books! The next book I publish--sort of based on my 7 decades series--will be sold via the Internet and Kindle--BUT I will only read books that I can hold and use a real bookmark with! LOL

Awesome!  Very clever and creative.  I would never have thought of anything like that!  Thanks for the share!

Thx - I thought it was pretty cool too!

Very clever.  Looks good.

The fellow who did this has a lot of time on his hands - that's for sure!!

GREAT, I/we have so many books it'd be very fun to try to do this. Thank you for the inspiration.

Let me know if you are successful. I doubt I'd have enough patience to do this, but it's very unusual type of "art."

Well I figure with as many books as I have, practice makes perfect. I'll have to do a search and see if I can find instructions?

this is so cool! i need one can you make those?

sorry i haven't been on in a few day i've been so busy! but now i'm back on! ;)

I have periods where I'm gone a while too - but always return. No way I can make this, but last time I was in Barnes & Nobles I came SOOO close to purchasing an oragami kit. I think it would be fun to try :-)

ooo i have a friend who loves to do that kinda thing if it's a good price you should try :)

Soooooo cool that I'm not feeling the heat wave in the NorthEast.

We've been close to 100 degrees this first week of summer...ugh! Going to be a long and hot one...again. But it just makes me appreciate the fall and winter more :-)

Dayumm! This is interestin'....cool stuff Mary! Wonder how he/she does that...

no clue...but he has a lot more patience than i would!

Well, if he's jus' foldin' them, then I guess he uses his hands....LOL

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