Neil Gaiman as Badger, Katrice Horsely as Mary Poppins, Malorie Blackman as the Wicked Witch of the West, and other famous authors as their favorite childhood heroes.
Photographs by Cambridge Jones.
"…A galaxy of Britain’s best-loved writers and storytellers have transformed themselves into the characters they most loved as children for an interactive photographic installation at Oxford’s Story Museum.”
But there is something else about the genre, a sense that the world might be more ghosted now than at any time in history. Isn’t Wikipedia entirely ghosted? Isn’t half of Facebook? Isn’t the World Wide Web a new ether, in which we are all haunted by ghostwriters?
"By altering the book, we can explore the meanings of the material and the idea of the book as a symbol for knowledge." Sculptures made of books, as featured by Brain Pickings.
Upcycling for book lovers (more good ideas here).