Reinventare i libri: riciclare, decostruire, ricreare

Reinventare i libri riciclare decostruire ricreare L artista Jason Thompson presenta una galleria di progetti realizzati con la carta o la copertina dei libri A tutti capita di trovarsi in casa vecchi libri di testo o manuali ormai superati che ingomb

  • Title: Reinventare i libri: riciclare, decostruire, ricreare
  • Author: Jason Thompson Luisa Martolini
  • ISBN: 9788857602639
  • Page: 349
  • Format: Paperback
  • L artista Jason Thompson presenta una galleria di progetti realizzati con la carta o la copertina dei libri A tutti capita di trovarsi in casa vecchi libri di testo o manuali ormai superati che ingombrano e prendono solo spazio e polvere Eppure non riusciamo a buttarli via, perch sono comunque libri Jason Thompson ci insegna a trasformarli in oggetti nuovi che continueL artista Jason Thompson presenta una galleria di progetti realizzati con la carta o la copertina dei libri A tutti capita di trovarsi in casa vecchi libri di testo o manuali ormai superati che ingombrano e prendono solo spazio e polvere Eppure non riusciamo a buttarli via, perch sono comunque libri Jason Thompson ci insegna a trasformarli in oggetti nuovi che continueranno a mantenere la loro essenza di libri, anche se sotto forme diverse e inaspettate si va da oggetti decorativi e di uso domestico a oggetti pratici come borse, portafogli, portalettere, fino ad arrivare a gioielli e vere e proprie opere d arte Per ogni progetto presentato l autore descrive le tecniche e gli utensili necessari alla realizzazione Il libro si chiude con una presentazione dei principali artisti che nelle loro opere reinventano l oggetto libro fino a conferirgli una nuova dimensione espressiva.

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    • As is often the case with craft books, the easier projects that I have the skills and/or tools for are not appealing to me, and the ones that I like better are too difficult. Here's one I might try, maybe a smaller twig with just a flower or two not for decor but as a decoration on a gift.My favorite part was the end section reproducing images of altered books by real artists (not that Thompson isn't a real artist, but the projects in the book are not really art why would I want to cut a paperba [...]


    • The semi-puritanical me is HORRIFIED at the idea of desecrating a book. I whimper when I see a book- any book- dropped, mangled, or mutilated. However, if a book MUST be altered from it's normal form, the ideas presented here are fairly good ones! The projects are doable if you have a bit more time and patience than I do, and the art gallery presented at the end is nothing less than amazing.


    • I could never do everything in this book, as I'm nowhere near crafty enough. But the ideas are PHENOMENAL, and I can't resist daydreaming about getting some old destructible books and playing.I'm also amused that I saw half the ideas for these on different Upcycling websites before I ever saw this book. Ah, internet.


    • While the general idea of CUTTING UP A BOOK still horrifies me, even I have to admit I have a few old ones that I picked up at library sales etc that are completely falling apart at the seams anyway. And for those, this is absolutely perfect. There are so many gorgeous ideas in here that I can't wait to try out on my next day off.


    • It's really not fair for me to categorize this as a craft book but I put it there so I'll know where to find it in the future. This is a beautiful book with ideas that I've used in library programs. It's lovely to look at and inspiring. My goal is to make more creations from this book with library patrons. So far we have made the bookpage wreaths. Next up is the book pumpkin then the flowers.


    • The projects were mostly meh, with a couple decent ones. The redeeming quality was the gallery of artists. He art was amazing.


    • This one had a lot of projects I could see myself making. I enjoyed it. I hope others do too! (I added it to my library.)


    • If you're looking for examples of paper crafts and book art, there are other books that are more comprehensive, like Papercraft: Design and Art With Paper or Masters: Book Arts: Major Works by Leading Artists. But Playing with Books is fantastic for people who like to get their hands dirty. There are lots of tutorials on crafting books into other forms, and making fun and creative things with book pages.Most of the projects are easy even for beginner paper crafters and lovers. How about folding [...]


    • This captured my 7 yr old daughter's imagination, and she wanted to read it at bedtime! A craft book at bedtime!We started the Book Mobile of butterflies on p. 78 out of old atlas pages we had received as gift wrap - talk about multi-levels of recycling. It's a long project, and I can't claim that she and I have finished it yet, but it's looking lovely so far. I think we'll make the book apple for teacher presents, and the idea of using a clay base for papier mache mushrooms, birds, etc on pg 10 [...]


    • This is a perfect book for book lovers! It is about creating art with books. You will not believe the beautiful things that can be created with a book. There are a few things that are way out of my abilities range, but the are wonderful to look at for inspiration. But, most of the projects can be created by anyone with a little time and determination. My favorite project is making a beautiful wreath from old book pages I am also inspired by the Book Bag that is created from decorative book pages [...]


    • When I visited the Main Library yesterday, I shopped around and discovered this gem in the stacks: Playing With Books: The Art of Upcycling, Deconstructing, and Reimaging the Book by Jason Thompson. Archivists and other book purists may cringe at the thought of tearing up books to make art, but I believe the artist is showing new ways to turn books that are damaged, discarded, or outdated (such as medical and science books), or otherwise unreadable into a new art form. It is an interesting conce [...]


    • A great book that shows how to create different projects from old and discarded books. I will be trying some of these to see how they come out. I only wish some of the instructions for the more complicated projects had a little more to them. Also I thought some of the pictures could have been better, they used a shallow depth of field so only one small part of the picture is in focus and you can't see the details on the rest of the picture, so it's hard to see some of the finished projects clear [...]


    • Lots of fun book nerd projects for those of us who need books even when we aren't reading!Great ideas, wonderful photos with options to suit all crafting abilities.You could easily use other materials if old books are scarceoutdated encyclopaedias provide lots of paper bliss and old calendars are good for home made envelopes.I've already started and though I may not reach intricate sculpture status I am inspired by all the creative book artists out there.


    • Good for people with clever fingers (Cai!). I especially like the last section where they made landscapes out of books.Okay, I have some issues with the destruction of books; I recommend Readers;s Digest condensed books; they're useless otherwise. Worth looking at the pictures even if you will never do the projects.


    • This book is filled with gorgeous sculptures and 3d art created with used books. My favorite is the butterfly "book mobile" for sentimental reasons. I would probably never make anything in this book, but it was great eye candy. Kind of reminds me of paper displays that you would see in an Anthropologie window.


    • The book was an art piece itself with all the magnificent pictures of things I would love to somehow make/own/create/have. Loved it!!!!!. If I suddenly had a limitless amount of time and/or resources, this book shall be reopened


    • Such an interesting book! While reading through it I was alternately horrified (how can they do that to a book?!) and full of wonder (they made that from a book!!). I really enjoyed it. I can't wait to try some of the projects. I'm inspired.


    • This book contained some great information about paper crafts, including techniques and tools to use. It also included some family-friendly craft ideas, as well as information about artists that use books as their medium.


    • This book gives the reader step-by-step instructions on how to turn unwanted, discarded books into useable items like totebags and billfolds. There is also a section showcasing artist's sculptures using books.


    • the projects in here were very nice and pretty, i wasn't really blown away by anything until the last section which detailed some artists that work with books and paper. those projects were amazing! a good inspiring craft-type read.


    • Beautiful paper-crafting with amazing artist profiles (Mike Stilkey, Su Blackwell (SWOON), Nicola Dale, and more). Those little paper houses. The book to bloom. And, the basket case!Deconstruction, indeed.


    • Incredibly stunning. I think in the future I'm going to be making:Pocketbook - page 24Holder - page 36Flower branch - page 48Kusudama - page 56The mat - page 64The circle mobile - page 72The butterfly mobile - page 78And I can't wait to get started. This book is fantastic for book lovers.


    • This book has instructions for various craft projects using obsolete books, as well as inspirational photos of different artists' works. I wish I had more artistic ability, because the creative ideas in this book are wonderful.


    • Part craft book and part coffee table book, the art work profiled in this book is amazing. Although, most of the project ideas are more advanced than what I can do, I was inspired.







    • Paged through the entire book. Wonderful craft and artsy ideas to do with old books and book pages. Love to do some book crafts with my teen groups.


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