Let's face it: No one has actually needed a phone book for years. So, maybe we should all send our phone books to Alex Queral, an artist who creates faces from carved phone book pages.
This phone book art by Alex Queral is a great way to utilize those phone books no one uses anymore. Take a look at these great images of celebrities and unknowns alike in phone book form.
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