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"A fantastically quirky little art book whose ideas and pages literally just keep unfolding and unfolding." --NPR
"...The Exquisite Book is nothing short of inspirational."
--Time Out Chicago
"...we love how it's a picture book for adults that is both creatively inspiring and incredibly engaging."
"The foreword by Dave Eggers (What is the What) is enough of a reason to buy this compelling and seriously cool work. What we want to know is: how did the publisher design it for the price?"
---The Weekly Review
"In our current world of straight-jacketed rationality almost to the point of insanity, The Exquisite Book launches us into the madness of possibility and the frightening potential of our own imagination."
Julia Rothman, Jenny Volvovski, and Matt Lamothe are partners in Also Design. Julia is author of the popular blog Book-By-Its-Cover.com.
Dave Eggers is a writer and editor.
I bought this for a friend who teaches art to at-risk students. She used it to structure a project with them that was very successful.Published 17 months ago by Marilyn A. Jones
Interesting to see all the creativity. I have it set up in my art room and kids look and look...mostly thinking..."I could do that:)"!Published 18 months ago by Leora Willis
I could just sit for hours and look at this book. I love all of the creativity that went in to all of the designs.
I must say I expected more from this book, not to good paper, not so good pictures, a good Idea....Published on September 18, 2011 by marisopa
This book showcases the talents of some wonderful artists - not the least of whom are those who put the whole project together. I love collaborations, and this book is a great one. Read morePublished on March 28, 2011 by Happy Registrar
This book is lovely. The impressive compilation of artists weaves together a wonderfully creative masterpiece. Read morePublished on January 9, 2011 by Lila
I bought this book for my friend for Christmas and just received it in the mail today. It is an absolutely beautiful book to look through and I don't know what I was thinking not... Read morePublished on December 21, 2010 by hcb2491