Book Carvings

Book Carvings

Amazing book sculptures created by talented Canadian artist Guy Laramee.

3D Book Carvings take many hours to complete. Beautiful landscapes with mountains, caves, and structures are carved into recycled old books.

Book Sculptures by Guy Laramee

Artist Guy Laramee

Guy Laramee

Book Carving by Guy Laramee

Books by Guy Laramee

Book Carvings by Guy Laramee

Book Landscapes

Book Landscape

Book Landscapes by Guy Laramee

Book Caves

Carved Book

Carved Book Sculptures by Guy Laramee

Carved Books by Guy Laramee

Carved Book Sculptures

Book Art

Book Cave

Book Carving

Book Art by Guy Laramee

Book Sculptures by Guy Laramee

Also check out: Book Art, Book Guns, and Phone Book Sculptures

  1. Spectator

    Back in my days such things were called “vandalism”

  2. Matt

    Very cool, would love to have one of these

  3. thais


  4. Gert

    Well Spectator, these books are of no value, if you notice they are out dated to say the least and would get you no money on the resale market. Also… it’s only vandalism if it’s someone ELSE’S books. Otherwise it’s just an art form that I’m getting a little board with now that everyone is doing it.

  5. K

    The last one is absolutely amazing. The level of detail with the intricate cover… I would love one for decoration.

  6. Xcallibur

    But there is no relation between the carving and the actual book…it will be more interesting if there was 1 right?

  7. Zack

    Really detailed, love these.

  8. CanCan

    The beauty of destruction, i love it.

  9. Karen

    So much skill! I especially loved the tidal wave one.

  10. jacklyn

    Xcallibur, so true. It would be amazing if they would carve things that actually relate to the subject of the book.

  11. kadal

    mwahaha….i love this…great detail

  12. woops

    How inspiring

  13. Библиотекарь

    Ужасно, так нельзя с книгой.

  14. Jimbo

    Impressive art. Would rather have had the books to read. Could just as easily have used a couple of reams of paper.

  15. Adam

    @Xcallibur and jacklyn: The blue book with the Japanese on the binding has Mt. Fuji carved into the top of it. I’d say that relates to the subject of the book…

  16. Jimmy

    Very cool! I am impressed by the talent! What a unique form of Art!

  17. mohsen

    very very…nice

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