As the designated bookish one in my friend group, I give a lot of literature recommendations. (This fact probably doesn't come as a huge surprise, given my current occupation.) When someone asks me for ideas of what to read next, I always start by tr
In order to express a single scene of a story in a three dimensional way, Japanese artist and architect Yusuke Oono created this imaginative series of 360 degree books. Using 40 pages, Oono assembles scenes from stories like The Jungle Book and Snow White with elaborate layers of silhouettes cut from paper.
This would work for something to wear. I have always liked the Kimono. It is simple, but beautiful. Form fitting, but comfortable. Silk is always a bonus in my book... It breathes well and feels light and airy.
Little Spines is a yearly publication containing stories and poems from the Creative Writing students from RMIT. My aim was to create a contemporary, stylish publication on a low budget. The style of binding I used (Japanese Stab binding) has an abstract resemblance to an actual human spine visually, and also shares many of its characteristics; being quite ornate and fragile, yet extremely crucial, and vigilantly holds everything together.
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