|Pages/Publication Date:||144 / 2014|
|Publisher:||Stewart, Tabori & Chang|
In this digital age, the fate of physical books remains in question, but there remains a sensory thrill to physical books—seeing and feeling them, turning their pages. Here Lisa Occhipinti celebrates her love for physical books by presenting us with her unique ideas for displaying, conserving, and even for crafting with them. Guided by Occhipinti's artful eye, you'll be able to build and display collections based on your personal passions, and amazingly, most of the projects—ranging from a headboard constructed of book spines to napkins composed of scans of favorite text passages from books—require no special skills or supplies.