Anouk Kruith Makes Art from Stacking Novels

By: Michael Hemsworth - Published: • References: strictlypaper
Literature itself is a work of art, but Anouk Kruith takes things to the next level by taking the hard covered pieces of brain food and stacking them to create a chromatic feast for the eyes.

Each of the novels is used strategically based on color to be stacked in just a way so as to create a visual masterpiece that rivals even the most marvellous pieces of painted artwork. The books combine to form a scene that is relatively abstract in nature, but doesn't skimp on beauty.

Kruith has created several of the massive installations and is experiencing widespread praise for repurposing the pieces of literature into another form of art. Her work is truly a vision to experience and a true work of art imitating art. Stats for Chromatically Coordinated Literary Installations Trending: Older & Mild
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