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Altered books web

  1. 1. the altered ALTERED book
  2. 2. al•ter |ˈôltər| verb the 1. change or cause to change in character or composition altered ALTERED book
  3. 3. al•ter |ˈôltər| verb the 1. change or cause to change in character or composition altered ALTERED book
  4. 4. al•ter |ˈôltər| verb the 1. change or cause to change in character or composition altered ALTERED book
  5. 5. Justin Rowe
  6. 6. Julya Hajnoczky
  7. 7. M. L.Van Nice
  8. 8. Martha Whitney Newman
  9. 9. Larissa Cox
  10. 10. Naomi Shiek
  11. 11. Su Blackwell
  12. 12. anitdesign
  13. 13. Ariana Boussard-Reifel
  14. 14. (original text)
  15. 15. wetcanvas
  16. 16. Thomas Wightman
  17. 17. lola
  18. 18. Brian Dettmer
  19. 19. what will you make ?
  20. 20. what will you make make ?
  21. 21. what will you make ?
  22. 22. what will you make make ?
  23. 23. possible techniques
  24. 24. possible techniques • paint, collage, layer, draw
  25. 25. possible techniques • paint, collage, layer, draw • cut out words, cut out shapes
  26. 26. possible techniques • paint, collage, layer, draw • cut out words, cut out shapes • “found poem” (cross out some text, leave other text)
  27. 27. possible techniques • paint, collage, layer, draw • cut out words, cut out shapes • “found poem” (cross out some text, leave other text) • fold, cut, tear, change pages
  28. 28. possible techniques • paint, collage, layer, draw • cut out words, cut out shapes • “found poem” (cross out some text, leave other text) • fold, cut, tear, change pages • doors, windows, hinges
  29. 29. possible techniques
  30. 30. possible techniques • sculpt: create something 3D and permanent
  31. 31. possible techniques • sculpt: create something 3D and permanent • sculpt: create a pop-up
  32. 32. possible techniques • sculpt: create something 3D and permanent • sculpt: create a pop-up • create drawers, hidden compartments, etc
  33. 33. possible techniques • sculpt: create something 3D and permanent • sculpt: create a pop-up • create drawers, hidden compartments, etc • play with layout of the book
  34. 34. possible techniques
  35. 35. possible techniques • react to the book: support or oppose it
  36. 36. possible techniques • react to the book: support or oppose it • reflect on aspects of yourself
  37. 37. possible techniques • react to the book: support or oppose it • reflect on aspects of yourself • tell a story
  38. 38. possible techniques • react to the book: support or oppose it • reflect on aspects of yourself • tell a story • re-tell a story, reference history, reference music, etc.
  39. 39. possible techniques • react to the book: support or oppose it • reflect on aspects of yourself • tell a story • re-tell a story, reference history, reference music, etc. • explore a theme in multiple ways
  40. 40. Don’t be afraid!
  41. 41. Don’t be afraid! try EVERYTHING you are interested in - you can always cut it out, paint over it, or even get a new book!

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