Tag Archives: books

Different Interpretations of the Creative Process

This is brilliant. I never thought about it really, but of course in some way, everyone who is truly at the top fo their game has in some ways applied creativity to get there. Composers, Copywriters, fashion designers, but also atheletes (“listen, when the gun goes, I run like hell”) and Physicists. Sadly I cannot […]

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A Nice Way to Store Books

The State Library in Victoria has to be one of the most beautiful libraries in the world. A little group of photos below taken on our a recent trip. Very peaceful, very beautiful.

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Stunning Photos of London at Night

These photos were taken by London photographer Jason Hawkes, and are some of the most beautiful images I have seen of London from above. Stunning. Check out more of his shots here.

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Frank Lloyd Wright Pop-Up Book

Yeah… you think you had a cool pop up book when you were a kid? Well check out this bad boy. The ultimate mothership of pop-up books: full, to-scale representations of Frank Lloyd Wright buildings. 1. Annunication Greek Orthodox Church in Milwaukee …and the real thing: 2. C. Johnson & Son Administration Tower and Research […]

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Cool Things Made of Books (or more uses for unwanted Dan Brown Books)

Books make ideal building blocks. Various shapes and sizes, and of course a solid object. Given how many are unwanted (I have written here before about using Dan Brown books to create useful household items), you would think that more people would use them to build stuff. People like the Swan and Edgar pub in […]

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Turning Dan Brown into Art

Oxfam recently released an interesting¬†statistic. Dan Brown is the first author ever to be in both their bestseller list and their most donated list at the same time. Go figure. It does beg the question of what to do with all those unwanted Dan Brown books. I mean its not a book you really want […]

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