Archive for 'art'

Tsundoku!

A new word for me. Tsundoku:

Buying books and not reading them; letting books pile up unread on shelves or floors or nightstands.

Can I relate? Big-time! You?

Artwork: Tsundoku

By the way, did you notice the title of the book she’s reading? ;)

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“Fight like a girl”

#MondayMood

Art: Fight Like a Girl by Risa Rodil, shared via LisaBerne.com

Artist: Risa Rodil. Shared via Bookstr on Twitter

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For your viewing pleasure . . .

A bit of Regency-era snark!

Image: a Regency-era painting depicting snark

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“The Book Fair”

Ooh, I’d love to meander around here. (Although I’d avoid the “Dunk the author” part!)

Comic: "The Book Fair" by Grant Snider

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Bookish punning!

Or . . . punningly bookish. I’m not going to admit just how much time I spent poring over this fabulous image (and chuckling to myself), but . . . Isn’t it delightful??

Artwork: bookish punning by Jelly Armchair

Artwork by Jelly Armchair. Via Helen Warlow on Twitter

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Bookish art!

I absolutely adore this painting!

A book-themed painting by Valentin Rekunenko

Artist: Valentin Rekunenko. Via Helen Warlow on Twitter

Although I’m just a tiny bit concerned about that cat in the upper left-hand corner . . .

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Mondays can be hard . . .

. . . so here’s a pic of the cutest mug ever. Enjoy! ♥

via Helen Warlow on Twitter

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Yes or no?

Here’s a twisty, eye-catching piece of art for us booklovers. Would you have this in your house?

Photo: book art

via Helen Warlow on Twitter

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“In the Library”

What do you think she’s reading?

Image: Dans la Bibliotheque, 1872, by Auguste Toulmouche

Dans la Bibliotheque, by Auguste Toulmouche, 1872

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Happy reading!

Cynthia Decker created this. Isn’t it breathtaking?!?

Artwork by Cynthia Decker

via Helen Warlow on Twitter

More about Cynthia here.

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