We all know that with the advent of technology, Encyclopedias are now a thing of the past. Surely a lot of old folks would have these encyclopedias still up and about. However rather than throw them or dispose of them, this 3D rendered landscape using those old books may be of interest.
Credit everything to Guy Laramee who had masterfully come up with the sculpted mountain on 24 printed volumes of the Encyclopedia Britannica.
With a touch of artistic genius, you will surely be amazed at the creation, something which Laramee describes as Mountains of disused knowledge that erode a bit more and become hills.
This project- entitled Adieu- marks the ending of the printing process and, according to My Modern Met, makes a powerful statement: like so many mountainous landscapes, books and knowledge in general are seemingly the victims of erosion.