An artist named Brian Dettmer has a unique talent, at least I've never seen anything like it. Book autopsies in which he pares books to various levels and displays portions of their contents, words and illustrations, for an interesting perspective. Very clever.


Two Replies to Book Autopsies

Allison Bair | December 3, 2007
That is the coolest thing I have ever seen.

Steve West | December 3, 2007
Makes you want to try it sometime, doesn't it?


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