Remember, you have a post due Tuesday on book arts. If you're stumped, try looking at some of the artists I've posted in the last few days. Here are a few more book artists / artists that use the book format to look at:
-Columbia College Center for Book and Paper Arts
-Tom Phillips, The Humument
-Ron King, Turn Over Darling
-Scott McCarney, In Case of Emergency
-Martine Aballea, Triangle
-Conrad Gleber, Meat Book
-Allison Cooke Brown
-Emily Martin, Eight Slices of Pie
-Maddy Rosenberg, Shadow of Descent
-Sandra Jackman, On a Darkling Plain
-Mary Bennett, German Egypt
The above links don't all contain images, but are rather a place to start in searching for books by these artists.
Also, there is a wonderful, fcomic book called "The Pop-Up Book of Phobias" by Gary Greenberg. I've included some images below. This is a wonderful example of what I have been talking to many of you about-- namely the importance of playing with perspective (how is your viewer entering the scene? are they in the middle of the action or on the sidelines?). Pay special attention to the way the viewer is implicated in the scenes below; the viewer is in the dentist 's chair, looking down at a dirty toilet, looking up from the bottom of a grave, standing on the ledge of a tall building. Because of this shift in point of view, the viewer is drawn into the scene and experiences it more viscerally.