Cut book sculptures by artist Brian Dettmer.
Brian Dettmer’s Website
wow, that is a whole new level of commitment
Wow, these are insanely amazing! How much time does it take him to make each one? It must be ages. And the diligence and patience it must require drives me crazy. I would probably tear my hair out.
Great artist! I especially like the way he incorporates other media into the pieces. I had a post about Dettmer and a few other book artists on my blog http://www.seshmaker.com/2012/01/12/books-books-books-books-four-amazing-examples-of-book-art/
These are absolutely amazing.
wow! the craftsmanship is crazy!
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Brian Dettmer will be exhibiting in an group paper show in New York City, opening May 10. “A Cut Above: 12 Paper Masters. Show runs until June 24 at the Christopher Henry Gallery, NYC. Check my blog: http://dianaewer.blogspot.com/
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