Wow, I’m impressed with Guy Laramee‘s book-sculpting art.
Craft sewer Julie Gillrie has made a 10 page felt cloth Star Wars inspired book. You can buy a PDF kit to make your own at home. The artist is also working on a new edition, “A Star Trek Quiet Book.”
These are book and magazine pages folded into sculptures by Bronia Sawyer. Notes by the artist (from her website): I love to take something like a book and turning it in to something visually pleasing. With book sculpture I like the fact that books are flat and square they have order but by cutting them […]
Since 1969, Jozsef Tari has collected over 4,500 miniature books. His collections includes a wide range of themes from religion to politics, music, sports, and more. His smallest booklet is 2.9Â x 3.2 mm (0.11 x 0.12 inches), which is recognized as the world’s smallest book.
Herman Chaneco has designed three covers for “The Night Angel Trilogy” written by Brent Weeks. “Notice that the shadows create two images. One fills in the typography and the other light source creates the character,”  states Chaneco.
Illustrator Jillian Tamaki has made embroideries for three Penguin book covers.
Artist Long-Bin Chen makes amazing replicas of human monuments.
The wacky art creations of Eva Kotatkova.
The Kansas City Public Library has an creative architecture design for its central branch parking garage, i.e. the facade is covered with book spines of classic novels such as “Lord of the Rings” by J.R.R. Tolkien, “To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee, and more.