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Fantastic 3D Book Sculptures by Emma Taylor

Published Jun 12, 2019

British artist Emma Taylor creates three-dimensional stories using old books sourced from antique shops. The scenes are all inspired by the books they’re emerging from.

“Book sculpture is my creative outlet to highlight an appreciation of the little things in life. A good book, a beautiful tree, a flower in full bloom.

With my scissors, glue and paper, and led by the title of the books I chance upon in antique and charity shops, I am able to recreate plants, animals, architecture and literary scenes with all the details I love on a manageable scale.”

— Emma Taylor

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