Book Sculptures Continue To Enrapture Scotland

Book Sculptures Continue To Enrapture Scotland

A series of mysterious book sculptures have continued to pop up across Scotland, UK, for the last couple of years, and has kept the “literature-biased country” enraptured with their intracity.

The unknown artist, who lovingly crafts these unusual artworks from printed pages, leaves the sculptures at libraries, cultural events and other literary locations all over Scotland. The latest piece has been found at Leith Library.

According to the libraries website, the new enigmatic piece came in a box addressed to them and their Reader in Residence, Emily Dodd.

Luckily these sculptures haven’t been blown up after being mistaken for a bomb, which is sadly what happened to some artwork by the artist Russell Jaffe.

Furthermore, alongside the addressees, there was a quote from A. A. Milne; just in case nobody is familiar with the name, Milne was an English author and is probably best-known for his stories about Winnie The Pooh.

Book Sculptures Continue To Enrapture Scotland
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