A new exhibition at Bowdoin College showcases pop-up books—for children and adults—from the Harold M. Goralnick (Class of ’71) Pop-up Book Collection. The exhibition, which is open to the public free of charge, is located on the second floor of Bowdoin’s Hawthorne-Longfellow Library and runs through June 5, 2011.
I used to love my Walt Disney Studio “The Black Hole” pop-up book. Still got it somewhere!!
Farrow have created some great artwork over the years for people like Cream, D&AD, Deconstruction, Home, and Spiritualized.
I first became a fan after seeing their work with the Pet Shop Boys. The Introspective artwork could be framed and put on the wall. The original 1988 release not the 2001 Further Listening album, right?
Rhubarb aside it was great to see them deliver the goods once again.
Here is Farrow’s work for the Pet Shop Boys album Yes
This is the special boxed vinyl edition.
Lets go mad – here’s the Standard & Special Edition CD artwork too.