Bookish Art: Spineless Classics

Since I didn’t have a review post ready for today, I thought i’d take the opportunity to spread the word about this Australian bookish endeavor.  Last week I received an email about Spineless Classics who create art out of books… essentially an entire book on a poster.  It’s a unique concept that would make a fantastic gift for booklovers… if they don’t mind a novel without a spine.

Photo taken from Spineless Classics website

Spineless Classics have publishing rights to over 50 titles including ‘Pride and Prejudice,’ ‘Romeo and Juliet’ and ‘The Wind in the Willows.’

I love this P&P one:

Pride & Prejudice
Example poster from Spineless Classics

You’re probably wondering whether the text is even legible? The company do assert that each design contains the full text of the book in 4pt size which can be read by anyone with 20/20 vision. If they don’t stock your favourite classic then they will do what they can to get it for you.

Check out the complete range at their website.

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