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Nigel Buchanan’s illustration for the Law Journal of Victoria accompanies an article on ways in which the courts are trying to manage vexatious litigants.

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Straightjacket by Joseph DeCamillis
Joseph DeCamillis is a self described life-long reader. He was on the creative writing path when the art bug got him and he’s never looked back. For the last 10 plus years his focus has been on book inspired art. One jewel is his autobiographical Straightjacket, an assemblage of hardback book covers and various items of deconstructed clothing.
DeCamillis had two criteria for choosing the books used:
1.  Reading the book had a major impact on his personality at some stage of his life2.  Title and/or subject of the book connects to some piece of his past.
His tag line for the piece is “What You Read is What You Get”
 More photos: Straightjacket - Joseph DeCamillis 

Flavorwire highlights DeCamillis’ amazing miniature paintings on old books 
bookpatrol:

Straightjacket by Joseph DeCamillis
Joseph DeCamillis is a self described life-long reader. He was on the creative writing path when the art bug got him and he’s never looked back. For the last 10 plus years his focus has been on book inspired art. One jewel is his autobiographical Straightjacket, an assemblage of hardback book covers and various items of deconstructed clothing.
DeCamillis had two criteria for choosing the books used:
1.  Reading the book had a major impact on his personality at some stage of his life2.  Title and/or subject of the book connects to some piece of his past.
His tag line for the piece is “What You Read is What You Get”
 More photos: Straightjacket - Joseph DeCamillis 

Flavorwire highlights DeCamillis’ amazing miniature paintings on old books 
bookpatrol:

Straightjacket by Joseph DeCamillis
Joseph DeCamillis is a self described life-long reader. He was on the creative writing path when the art bug got him and he’s never looked back. For the last 10 plus years his focus has been on book inspired art. One jewel is his autobiographical Straightjacket, an assemblage of hardback book covers and various items of deconstructed clothing.
DeCamillis had two criteria for choosing the books used:
1.  Reading the book had a major impact on his personality at some stage of his life2.  Title and/or subject of the book connects to some piece of his past.
His tag line for the piece is “What You Read is What You Get”
 More photos: Straightjacket - Joseph DeCamillis 

Flavorwire highlights DeCamillis’ amazing miniature paintings on old books 
bookpatrol:

Straightjacket by Joseph DeCamillis
Joseph DeCamillis is a self described life-long reader. He was on the creative writing path when the art bug got him and he’s never looked back. For the last 10 plus years his focus has been on book inspired art. One jewel is his autobiographical Straightjacket, an assemblage of hardback book covers and various items of deconstructed clothing.
DeCamillis had two criteria for choosing the books used:
1.  Reading the book had a major impact on his personality at some stage of his life2.  Title and/or subject of the book connects to some piece of his past.
His tag line for the piece is “What You Read is What You Get”
 More photos: Straightjacket - Joseph DeCamillis 

Flavorwire highlights DeCamillis’ amazing miniature paintings on old books 

bookpatrol:

Straightjacket by Joseph DeCamillis

Joseph DeCamillis is a self described life-long reader. He was on the creative writing path when the art bug got him and he’s never looked back. For the last 10 plus years his focus has been on book inspired art. One jewel is his autobiographical Straightjacket, an assemblage of hardback book covers and various items of deconstructed clothing.

DeCamillis had two criteria for choosing the books used:

1.  Reading the book had a major impact on his personality at some stage of his life
2.  Title and/or subject of the book connects to some piece of his past.

His tag line for the piece is “What You Read is What You Get”

 More photos: Straightjacket - Joseph DeCamillis 

Flavorwire highlights DeCamillis’ amazing miniature paintings on old books 

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Travel in East Africa in the years 1903-1905: with funds from the Hermann and Elise born Heckmann Wentzel Foundation: Scientific results / By Voeltzkow, Alfred, 1860 - on Flickr.
Publication info Stuttgart: E. Swiss Bartsche Verlagsbuchhandlung 1906 - 1923. BHL Collections: Smithsonian Libraries
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Travel in East Africa in the years 1903-1905: with funds from the Hermann and Elise born Heckmann Wentzel Foundation: Scientific results / By Voeltzkow, Alfred, 1860 - on Flickr.
Publication info Stuttgart: E. Swiss Bartsche Verlagsbuchhandlung 1906 - 1923. BHL Collections: Smithsonian Libraries
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Travel in East Africa in the years 1903-1905: with funds from the Hermann and Elise born Heckmann Wentzel Foundation: Scientific results / By Voeltzkow, Alfred, 1860 - on Flickr.
Publication info Stuttgart: E. Swiss Bartsche Verlagsbuchhandlung 1906 - 1923. BHL Collections: Smithsonian Libraries
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Travel in East Africa in the years 1903-1905: with funds from the Hermann and Elise born Heckmann Wentzel Foundation: Scientific results / By Voeltzkow, Alfred, 1860 - on Flickr.
Publication info Stuttgart: E. Swiss Bartsche Verlagsbuchhandlung 1906 - 1923. BHL Collections: Smithsonian Libraries