The world has not yet become so overcrowded that children have lost the inclination to squeeze up and make room for an imaginary friend. The invisible companion is reliable in a way that other, more tangible friends often aren't. Mine was called "Mr Nobody" and could be instantly summoned for a notional drubbing at any competitive activity of my choosing. Other imaginary friends, no doubt, offer a sympathetic imaginary ear.
'Landscapes carved out of books by Guy Laramee | part of Montreal based artist Guy Laramee’s new series titled “GUAN YIN” where he transforms book pages into phenomenal landscapes.' Don't like when people ruin books, but this, I have to say, is gorgeous.