Have you ever ran into a spoiler that ruined some book before you were done reading it? If you happen to be reading anything popular like George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire adapted into the hit show Game Of Thrones, you will need to dodge a few spoilers everywhere you look… Continue reading 7 Ways to Avoid Book Spoilers [COMIC]
Just because a book is really small doesn’t mean it’s short on important things to say. A new thumb-size text by designer Evan Lorenzen looks to outline the history of life on earth and even a glimpse into our future through minimalist artwork. The Mini Book of Major Events starts with the first known forms… Continue reading One Little Book to Sum Up the History of All the Major Events on Earth
What makes each book unique is that two different people can see the same book differently and take very different meanings from it. But this book here, printed back in the late 16th century, lets people actually read six different books individually in one contraption. This treasure on display at the National Library of Sweden… Continue reading Old Book from the 16th Century Can Be Read 6 Different Ways
Visualized words can be a persuasive form of communication. Anthony Burrill is a graphic designer and print-maker renowned for his work with language and the presentation of words. His use of classic letterpress typefaces combined with simple slogans results in these strikingly profound yet playful works. Burrill has put together a collection of 30 of… Continue reading I Like This Poster Book. But What Is It?
Have you ever read or heard a truly engaging story? Have you tuned into some television show you couldn’t stop watching? What makes the roller coaster ride of a story so thrilling to us? Well, every great story begins with a prologue that sets the stage and the characters into motion. In order for us… Continue reading What Makes a Great Story?