Artist Guy Laramee is back with a new series of extraordinary book carvings and this time they pay tribute to Han Shan, a Chinese Hermit poet. For those unfamiliar with his work, Laramee meticulously sculpts landscapes, like oceans and hills, into encyclopedias and other large books.

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