Explore artist books at the Suffolk Museum

A tour of the artists books that are on display at the Suffolk Museum.
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If you’re looking for authentic and unique experiences, you’ve gotta check out Toad Hall in Rockford, Ill. Toad Hall has been Rockford’s premier record and book store for over 30 years, with tons of records, CDs, cassettes, 8-tracks, books, comic books, D&D stuff, DVDs, VHS tapes, movie posters, vintage toys and magazines.
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4 Responses to Explore artist books at the Suffolk Museum

  1. destroyer820 says:

    I don’t want to diminish the importance of “crafting” in relationship to fine art, but to elevate a crafter (glue gun bunnies) to the level of fine art is really a stretch. It is like saying “anybody can do abstract art.” just splash a little paint on the canvas, right?

  2. danielbalter says:

    There needs to be a distinction made between crafters with glue-guns and fine artists. I see a lot of poorly done craft mixed in with art.

  3. violetchaos364 says:

    I will come back to Rockford for three things: Family, JMK Nippon, and Toad Hall.

  4. artturnerjr says:

    Toad Hall is a place to get lost in. Like the previous poster, I used to go there as a kid and as a young adult and browse around for hours. Bev was the greatest – I had some of the best conversations of my life with that lady; I miss her a lot.
    If you have the tiniest bit of interest in the arts, entertainment, and/or pop culture, you need to check this place out.