Thomas Allen’s book art collage photography


8 Responses to “Thomas Allen’s book art collage photography”

  1. Cefeida says:

    Yeah, this is one of those things I like to see pop back up on BB regularly. It’s got enough Wonderful to last for more than one post. :D

  2. Sekino says:

    Whoa! How did I miss the first (second?) post? This is awesome! I think I’m pretty creative, but when I see stuff like this, I just shake my head: How do people come up with such simple yet quirky ideas!?

  3. gunsblazing says:

    Some of those covers are pretty risky, assuming that those books were published WAY back then

  4. hukes says:

    I could never do that to a book, unless it’s a Paulo Coelho’s book.

  5. bbonyx says:

    Lots of repeats on BB lately:

    Thomas Allen’s pulp illustration pop-ups

    But this is just as cool the second time as it was the first.

  6. Anonymous says:

    @2: Actually, the post you link to also contains a comment that BB already reported on it. So this is the third time!

    Not that it diminishes the coolness.

  7. Anonymous says:

    I picked up a wonderfully trashy novel from this era called “Strip for Murder”. The private eye had to solve a murder in a nudist colony and he “didn’t even have a place to hide his gun”. Irresistible.

  8. wolfiesma says:

    It is a startlingly clever medium. I could definitely sacrifice a picture book or two for the cause of teh great art collage…

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