Sculpture for Beginners

Teens in Cyber Space
The British Consumer

sculpture

Sculpture With Simple Materials
Sunset Books
Dawson and Dawson
1966

Evidently, someone thought this book was so important that they sent it to the bindery at one point. It was one of those Sunset books that is an inexpensive publication anyway. Did it really need preservation for all time? The content is not bad; they target the beginner and use a wide variety of materials, but the examples are really quite ugly. Not a great thing in an art book. Hey if you are all about sculpting a papier-mache cow, then I have your book.

Mary

what is sculpture

plaster

clay

7 comments

  1. I took a sculpture class in college… I was ever-so-slightly better than these examples, in all honesty, but I learned quite a lot about do-it-yourself injection molding, so all in all, a good investment!

  2. It could have been a library that automatically sent all paperbacks to the bindery. Or put them into those awful stiff plastic covers.

  3. Some people just don’t understand the cost of rebinding–I have worked with people who would suggest we rebind $2 easy reader paperbacks that were 10 years old.

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