They say books can take you places television can’t. They’re like a magic carpet, or a doorway into multiple worlds where the imagination goes wild. But Elizabeth Sagan has found another way of getting creative with her extensive book collection. Aside from reading, the bookstagrammer also likes to create artistic literary sceneries using book covers, spines and pages. She’ll really blow you away with intricate masterpieces like cascading waves and sea goddesses. And that’s just the beginning. You haven’t seen anything until you’ve looked at some of Sagan’s other literary scenes. They’re so captivating you’ll be hooked on books for life.
The books are positioned to create imaginative scenery like this arachnophobe’s ultimate nightmare.
She has help from her BFF and fellow bookstagrammer, James Trevino. He’s like the yin to her yang.
Eventually, she started a series of literary photography art called “Books,” which became so much more.
Her social media page is so breathtaking that you won’t be able to stop scrolling through each photo.
With her book trident she can unleash the power of dozens of books and open everyone’s imagination.
Being surrounded by so many books, it was only a matter of time before she got turned into a centaur.
Whatever you do, don’t stare directly into the eyes of this literary Medusa, or you’ll be turned to stone.
The books on Sagan’s shelves vary by sizes and color, but she had plenty of blues to create this wave.
In this snap, she created a pyramid she could stand in front of to meditate her way towards inner peace.
Her artwork brings fiction a bit closer to reality and inspires others to grab a book instead of a remote.