A bookmark on the loose
Much Better Now from Salon Alpin Check out the wild adventures of this bookmark in the award-winning short video, Much Better Now by Salon Alpine.
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The Library Test Kitchen
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They met at a public library. His name is Ben, hers is Naly. Where else would they get married if not at “Ben McNally Books” in Toronto! Even Leonard Cohen showed up on their wedding night to wish them well. More on the story and additional images at The Wedding Co. Previously on book patrol: For the Books : The Wedding of Scott and Diana
Liberate Ulysses this Bloomsday
Now that the work of James Joyce has entered the public domain in Europe this year’s Bloomsday celebration takes on a new twist. Take the LiberateUlysses project for one. A project spearheaded by uber James Joyce fan Steve Cole. You might remember Cole from last Bloomsday when he held a 24 hour tweet-a-thon of Ulysses. LiberateUlysses “encourages Joyce lovers everywhere to...
Inspiration 1 by Anna Dorosenko To celebrate their 20th anniversary, The Confederation of European Paper Industries (CEPI) launched Paper Moments, a competition that invited people to submit paper-themed photos. About the contest: Throughout times, paper has been all around us, working for us, delivering to us and making our lives easier. It is so much a part of our daily lives that...
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Book People: Giuseppe Arcimboldo is channeled...
The Librarian (Wolfgang Lazius) by Giuseppe Arcimboldo, ca. 1562. Oil on canvas. 97 x 71 cm (38 3/16 x 28 in.) Last summer we did a post entitled, Evolution of a Painted Librarian: Peter Sis channels Giuseppe Arcimbold, showing how one of the illustrations in Sis’s 1994 book The Three Golden Keys closely resembled the famous painted librarian of Arcimbold. Now we welcome Andre...
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