Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Some Heavy Reading


A stone herbarium as part of The Eden Project, at a community garden in Cornwall England.
::From Glamhag
 
Nothing written in stone here. 
::From Bouncyskull

Literary sculpture in a beautiful moorland near Haworth; just north of Manchester, England.
::From davosmith

A literary bench for reading in Paris. 
::From petit mouvement


A giant bronze face book on campus of Tsinghua University in Beijing. It was designed to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the university.
::From laikolosse
Stone book sculpture. Site unknown.
::From Samuel Mann




Book of moss with a grass bookmark in Clapham Junction, London. 
::From Kevan Davis

Stone table and books at The Red House, Sunderland, England. Part of the Sunderland Sculpture Trail. It was carved on location in 1985 by Colin Wilbourn and Karl Fisher. Read more about it here
::From BrianB26

Here lies a stone book for poor Richard. 
::From dnik


Stone book with three acorns of text. 
::From Southwest Desert Lover


1 comment:

  1. Fantastic examples of stone, really like the one at The Eden Project, community garden.

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