by kristin mciver (+)
»lighght« by aram saroyan (+)

»we can’t afford to lower taxes but we can pay some beatnik weirdo $500 to write one word…and not even spell it right?!«read more about »the most expensive word in history«

»lighght« by aram saroyan (+)

»we can’t afford to lower taxes but we can pay some beatnik weirdo $500 to write one word…and not even spell it right?!«

read more about »the most expensive word in history«

punctuation,is?fun!
from the book "flowers for algernon"

punctuation,is?fun!

from the book "flowers for algernon"

by lily van der stokker
[via]
from the »dictionary« series by bethany collins

from the »dictionary« series by bethany collins

by dirk bell (+)
[via]

by dirk bell (+)

[via]

»ain’t painting a pain« by richard jackson

»ain’t painting a pain« by richard jackson

»falling alphabet« by anatol knotek

handmade, 26 pages, 21,5 x 7,5cm, sewn bindings, hardcover;
limited edition of 26 pieces;

each book has a different cover, dedicated to one letter of the alphabet 

if you are interested in buying this book just click here (paypal).

for more information or if you have any questions, please send me an email at: anatol[at]anatol[dot]cc

[my books available at the moment: anachronismwachseinfalling alphabet rotated alphabet]

»ecco« by ivan navarro

»ecco« by ivan navarro

made with »qart coder«

made with »qart coder«

by cerith wyn evans
[via]

by cerith wyn evans

[via]

»white noise« by bethany collins

chalk and charcoal on chalkboard

»rotated alphabet« by anatol knotek

handmade, 26 pages, 25 x 18 cm, sewn bindings, hardcover;
limited edition of 26 pieces;

each book has a different cover, representing one letter of the alphabet.

if you are interested in buying this book just click here (paypal) or contact me.

[my books available at the moment: anachronismwachseinfalling alphabet & rotated alphabet]

…some years ago i would have never imagined, that visual poetry & text art could be interesting for so many of you - that’s absolutely wonderful, thank you!

…some years ago i would have never imagined, that visual poetry & text art could be interesting for so many of you - that’s absolutely wonderful, thank you!

from the »dictionary« series by bethany collins