Anonymous paper sculpture in support of libraries

Friend Margriet Ruurs alerted me to an article in The Guardian about these anonymously created paper sculptures left for libraries and book festivals in the UK.  What a wonderful idea.  They are beautiful, delicate, and amazingly creative works of art created from books about books and their importance in our world.  Here’s a pic of my favorite.

“The cup on the top has a swirl of words which read ” Nothing beats a nice cup of tea (or coffee) and a really good BOOK”

The other sculptures are just as cool, so be sure to check out The Guardian article with photos.  What a creative soul.  So the challenge is, come on Canada (especially Toronto where they want to  privatize libraries) lets get creative about our support for books and libararies!.

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