27.01.12 by Jeff

Guy Laramee

Book sculptures by artist Guy Laramee
Stunning landscapes carved out of books, sculptures by Guy Laramee.

Book sculptures by artist Guy Laramee

Book sculptures by artist Guy Laramee

Book sculptures by artist Guy Laramee

Book sculptures by artist Guy Laramee

Book sculptures by artist Guy Laramee

Book sculptures by artist Guy Laramee

Book sculptures by artist Guy Laramee

Book sculptures by artist Guy Laramee

Book sculptures by artist Guy Laramee

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Joostthehost

    Wait a minute, i’m trying to pick up my jaw that just dropped on the floor…

  • AMAZING…facebook repost amazing Haha!

  • TOASTRANDER

    Ho.lee.shit.

  • UNBELIEVEABLE.

  • Impressive, beautiful, shared on Twitter @NotSoRandomArt

  • highly impressive technicaly spoken
    and interesting on the imaginational part.
    did I figure right that he’s trying to get close to landscapes described in the books?

    only criticism I could give is the narrative style of these, narrowing the meaning of a book/the books down to one detailed image..
    but honestly, standing before such an outstanding sculpture, I couldn’t care less about that.

    big ups.

  • Really cool stuff. I really like your work.

  • WOW!!!!! I am totally blown away by this amazing talent.

  • Crystal

    Whaaat!! This is absolutely beyond!

  • wowowowowow.WOOOOOOOOOOOOW!!!!!!!!!





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