Submitted by stropplebanger
Posted 5 months ago
Hot since 5 months ago
Last one on the bottom right is from Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, which makes the mangling of these books acceptable.
Posted 4 months ago
Those poor, poor books
Everyone posting about the poor books, its doubtful that any of them were rare finds or anything. I'm sure they're all made from mass produced books. At which point its not much different than just using a bunch of blank pages bound together.
And he was never allowed back in the library again...
As everyone says the art is very cool to look at, but books are a very precious thing. It's a terrible crime in my book.
unless he/she used 50 shades of gray. other uses of that drivel include toilet paper and burning for warmth
I thought it was a very practical use of math textbooks
A bit of a waste with the books but damn that's good
I love you.
Both amazing and physically agonizing to look at...
I let out an audible sob.
I died a little inside It's really cool... but... the books!
I find this deeply distressing - this is not what books are for!
Beautiful. But, as a library student, I gotta agree with everyone else: this doesn't seem like a good way to treat books....Hey, wait a second. Maybe they were all copies of Twilight!
This post physically causes me pain.
Is this why I have to pay $400 dollars for new books at school?
Epic, but a bit of a waste of books...