'The Book's Story' by Cara Barer, a Texan photographer, contains beautiful pieces of work constructed out of old phone books, maps, comic books, and manuals.
The twisted and contorted pages of books from yesteryear re-emerge as mesmerizing creations in the book accompanied by a story written by David Barer. 'The Book's Story' by Cara Barer would make for a really interesting addition to anybody's book collection.
Implications - In today's eco-conscious society, more and consumers prefer items with production and manufacturing that does not damage the environment. Such consumers will invest in a product that boasts planet-preserving properties over one that does not. Businesses and companies will benefit by providing consumers with innovative products that are made from recycled materials. Consumers will be drawn to a company that is able to transform something old into something functional.
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