While I myself don't follow any particular religion, I'm a supporter of all, and have created various religious textbooks. This includes the King James Bible, the book of mormon, the Torah and Hebrew Torah shown here, as well as the Gita you saw on page 3 of the gallery and the Islamic Qur'an (both in English and Arabic).
My other major hobby is SteamPunk, which inspired and was inspired-by a whole genre of books. One of those books is 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne, which I created here with a SteamPunk-style leather cover with cogwheels and objects. Very unique item.
Even if you are bigger fans of Micrsoft than Apple's, you have to appreciate the impact Steve Jobs had on the world of technology. I do, and so I created a miniature clone of Jobs' biography by Walter Isaacson.
While I wasn't a big fan of the books themselves, I did appreciate the fact that the story takes place in Forks, WA, and so I made this nice set of miniatures from the 4 books in the series.
My favorite genre is Sci-Fi, and Star Wars is high on the list. However, with Star Wars being a movie, I decided to make a miniature copy of the original movie script, complete with clip-type binding, like the original.
Making the World Atlas was particularly challanging, as it had to be a full color reproduction, and scanning all the pages was a lot of work. The result, however, is beautiful!