More mysterious Paper Sculptures in Edinburgh

Letztes Jahr hatte eine ziemlich belesene Unbekannte in Edinburgh Skulpturen aus Papier in Büchereien und bei Literatur-Events hinterlassen, dann verschwand sie und keiner weiß bis heute, wer das war. (Man weiß nur irgendwoher, dass es eine Frau ist.) Well, guess who’s back. (Bild oben: Robert Louis Stevensons Treasure Island, Bild recht: Peter Pan.)

Each day [last] week, a clue has been released that leads to one of the sculptures. On Monday, Emma Lister, a teaching assistant at Glasgow University, found a piece inspired by Alasdair Gray’s Lanark at Glasgow School of Art, and on Tuesday Stranraer student Jemma Dornan tracked down a sculpture based on Robert Burns’s poem Tam o’Shanter in the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum in Alloway. Wednesday saw a class of pupils from Eriskay Primary School find the third sculpture, inspired by Compton Mackenzie’s classic novel Whisky Galore, at the island’s Am Politician Lounge Bar, and on Thursday Stephen Ryan found a Peter Pan book sculpture in the birthplace of his creator JM Barrie, Kirriemuir.

Mystery book sculptor returns for Book Week Scotland (via Animal NY)

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The mysterious Paper Sculptures of Edinburgh