Posts Tagged ‘books

Littlefly jewelry, by Jeremy May, is made by laminating hundreds sheets of paper together, then carefully finishing to a high gloss. The paper is selected and carefully removed from a book, and the jewellery re-inserted in the excavated space. A unique twist on jewelry which also comes with it’s own keepsake packaging. Absolutely gorgeous!

Are you a fan of Vampires and Zombies? Want to learn how to draw these infamous monsters that continue to infiltrate novels, television shows and movies today? These two books “How To Draw Vampires” and “How To Draw and Fight Zombies” from Antarctic Press could be a good place to start. Product Description: Are you wracked [...]

In a rare interview, multi-platinum, 10-time Grammy Award-winning artist and icon JAY-Z will speak with Charlie Rose, executive editor and anchor of the Charlie Rose Show, before a live audience in the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Auditorium at the Brooklyn Museum on Thursday, November 18, at 7 p.m. The conversation, which will be taped [...]

Everyone can name his or her favorite quotation from an author. But not everyone has the nerve to wear it forever on their skin. The Word Made Flesh: Literary Tattoos from Bookworms Worldwide introduces us to the amazing, emerging subculture of literary tattoos, in a full-color guide that includes quotations from favorite writers, beloved lines of [...]

We all have heard of Dick and Jane Books. They have been around since the 1920′s.  Dick, Jane, and their friend Sally, are youngsters who have fun playing amusing pranks, frolick with their dog Spot, and make fun and fascinating discoveries. Dick and Jane have also been the brunt of countless farces and internet memes. [...]

Ever try to eat and hold book pages down with one hand, it’s cumbersome, unless it’s laying on a flat surface.  How about lying in bed?  Well, check out this cool product…the Thumb Thing Bookmark. Simply put the Thumb Thing on your thumb and pick up a book. The two wings will hold the pages open more easily than [...]

Give me a book about obscure things and I’ll read it in a heartbeat. This is coming from a person who absolutely loved ‘Stiff: The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers‘ by Mary Roach, a book with all the amazing gory and putrid details on what happens to the body after you die. With Inscetopedia (by [...]


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