With the ten year anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks approaching, most people can still remember where they were when they heard the news. Why is that? Artist Scott Blake has tackled this difficult and controversial topic with his flipbook dissecting the attacks.
Accompanying the images are essays written by a wide range of people expressing their feelings about the September 11th attacks. More importantly, the authors of the essays were asked to reflect on, and respond to, the flipbook itself.
Every flipbook is assembled by hand. Blake prints, binds and cuts all his own work. In addition, each book is signed, dated and registered on his Barcode Art website. A percentage of each book sold is donated to the Twin Towers Orphan Fund, Fire Department of New York, and International Red Cross. Free downloads of the flipbook are also available on his website.http://www.911Flipbook.com/http://www.BarcodeArt.com/