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Photos Of People With Book Covers Warp Reality

Posted at 7:40AM Tuesday 11 Mar 2014

Founded in 2008, Corpus Libris (Books With Bodies) is the blog brainchild of bookseller Emily Pullen. Her idea was simple—hold a book in front of someone and take a picture—but the results are stunning. Warping reality, the photographs extend book cover images into the real world by matching them with people's bodies.

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