The Joy of Books

The Joy of Books

The BIBLIO-MAT by Craig Small. The Biblio-Mat is a random book dispenser built by Craig Small for The Monkey’s Paw, an idiosyncratic antiquarian bookshop in Toronto. Biblio-Mat books, which vary widely in size and subject matter, cost two dollars. The machine was conceived as an artful alternative to the ubiquitous and often ignored discount sidewalk bin. When a customer puts coins into it, the Biblio-Mat dramatically whirrs and vibrates as the machine is set in motion. The ring of an old…

The BIBLIO-MAT by Craig Small. The Biblio-Mat is a random book dispenser built by Craig Small for The Monkey’s Paw, an idiosyncratic antiquarian bookshop in Toronto. Biblio-Mat books, which vary widely in size and subject matter, cost two dollars. The machine was conceived as an artful alternative to the ubiquitous and often ignored discount sidewalk bin. When a customer puts coins into it, the Biblio-Mat dramatically whirrs and vibrates as the machine is set in motion. The ring of an old…

Organizing the Bookcase

Organizing the Bookcase

The Lord of the Libraries

The Lord of the Libraries

The Book That Can't Wait

The Book That Can't Wait

Albatros bookmarks by Oscar Lhermitte. The Albatros bookmark - Following any journey

Albatros bookmarks by Oscar Lhermitte. The Albatros bookmark - Following any journey

Library Thriller

Library Thriller

maKinG Ur WorlD  MoRe BeAutiFuL BeCauSe oF A BooK!!!!               "Argine" - Wonderful animation by Tsesson on YouTube

maKinG Ur WorlD MoRe BeAutiFuL BeCauSe oF A BooK!!!! "Argine" - Wonderful animation by Tsesson on YouTube

aMAZEme: A Labyrinth Made from 250,000 Books by Christopher Jobson. A vast labyrinth of 250,000 books, entitled aMAZEme, was installed on The Clore Ballroom in the Royal Festival Hall between 31 July – 25 August, as part of Southbank Centre’s Festival of the World with MasterCard.

aMAZEme: A Labyrinth Made from 250,000 Books by Christopher Jobson. A vast labyrinth of 250,000 books, entitled aMAZEme, was installed on The Clore Ballroom in the Royal Festival Hall between 31 July – 25 August, as part of Southbank Centre’s Festival of the World with MasterCard.

With new books come new feelings.

With new books come new feelings.

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