Then there were slick display cases around the walls that held many delightful little books. Here are a few.
There seemed to be a lot of city themed books, and I particularly liked this one, very clever idea!
This has got to be my absoloute favourite artits book of the exhibiton - made from A Room of One's Own and Agnes Grey, this actually left us gobsmacked.
The only thing about this exhibition....I kinda wish there was somebody there to guide us through it, and I wish we could have spoken to the artist who knitted the books. Simply amazing!
Overall it was a pretty incredible arty day in Bristol, I would to spend hours and hours at Beware of the Leopard.
Book arts is a fascinating subject but I feel I want to go more towards the history of the book, though it would be amazing to learn how to do all of these things.
A Book a Week update: I'm afraid to say that it took me two weeks to read The Satanic Verses, mainly because I didn't like it, although I loved the section 'Ayesha'. I'll probably review it at some point.
Currently Reading: Miss Pettigrew Lives For A Day. I love, love, love it.