The Writer's Block Library Shows Where Unfinished Ideas Go to Wait

By: Nikki Taylor - Published: Oct 1, 2012 • References: & junk-culture
The Writer's Block Library by LoveJordan (Jonny Love and Samuel Jordan) is an artistic piece that represents the lapse in thought that writers deal with on a daily basis. A three-tiered bookshelf is encased in a small glass dome. Stored within the shelving unit is a combination of books, scrolls, envelopes, files and other documents bunched together and stored in the shelving unit.

The Writer's Block Library is a figurative display for the amount of written documents that are unable to be finished. They get stored away in the recess of the mind and await completion. Literally, the blank pieces of paper are stored away in the crannies of the shelves. They rest there, patiently waiting for the time when the author will place writing onto their pages so that they may become complete thoughts. Stats for Cluttered Literature Sculptures Trending: Older & Chilly
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