bookgeekconfessions:

Another great one from Galleycat.
bookgeekconfessions:

Another great one from Galleycat.
bookgeekconfessions:

Another great one from Galleycat.
bookgeekconfessions:

Another great one from Galleycat.

radiobee:

coffee-and-rainsticks:

Book borrowing is the biggest form of true love it’s like, “Here’s a piece of my soul that I think you would enjoy.” 

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(via radiobee)

workman:

The Project Twins
workman:

The Project Twins
workman:

The Project Twins
workman:

The Project Twins
workman:

The Project Twins
workman:

The Project Twins
workman:

The Project Twins
workman:

The Project Twins
workman:

The Project Twins
workman:

The Project Twins

cynthinee:

Why student-curated exhibits are awesome. (at LMU - William H. Hannon Library)

(via thepinakes)

typeworship:

Cassette Tape Posters
Beautifully observed and synthesised.
escapekit:

Cassette Labels
UK-based illustrator and graphic artist Neil Stevens has recently created a new series of posters that are based on the minimalist designs of cassette inlay labels. 


typeworship:

Cassette Tape Posters
Beautifully observed and synthesised.
escapekit:

Cassette Labels
UK-based illustrator and graphic artist Neil Stevens has recently created a new series of posters that are based on the minimalist designs of cassette inlay labels. 


typeworship:

Cassette Tape Posters
Beautifully observed and synthesised.
escapekit:

Cassette Labels
UK-based illustrator and graphic artist Neil Stevens has recently created a new series of posters that are based on the minimalist designs of cassette inlay labels. 


typeworship:

Cassette Tape Posters
Beautifully observed and synthesised.
escapekit:

Cassette Labels
UK-based illustrator and graphic artist Neil Stevens has recently created a new series of posters that are based on the minimalist designs of cassette inlay labels. 


typeworship:

Cassette Tape Posters
Beautifully observed and synthesised.
escapekit:

Cassette Labels
UK-based illustrator and graphic artist Neil Stevens has recently created a new series of posters that are based on the minimalist designs of cassette inlay labels. 


typeworship:

Cassette Tape Posters
Beautifully observed and synthesised.
escapekit:

Cassette Labels
UK-based illustrator and graphic artist Neil Stevens has recently created a new series of posters that are based on the minimalist designs of cassette inlay labels. 


typeworship:

Cassette Tape Posters
Beautifully observed and synthesised.
escapekit:

Cassette Labels
UK-based illustrator and graphic artist Neil Stevens has recently created a new series of posters that are based on the minimalist designs of cassette inlay labels. 


typeworship:

Cassette Tape Posters
Beautifully observed and synthesised.
escapekit:

Cassette Labels
UK-based illustrator and graphic artist Neil Stevens has recently created a new series of posters that are based on the minimalist designs of cassette inlay labels.

typeworship:

Cassette Tape Posters

Beautifully observed and synthesised.

escapekit:

Cassette Labels

UK-based illustrator and graphic artist Neil Stevens has recently created a new series of posters that are based on the minimalist designs of cassette inlay labels.

“Is the modern city library engaging in activities outside its proper sphere, e.g. lectures, story-telling, art exhibits, victrola concerts, loan of pianola rolls, etc.?”

Papers and Proceedings of the 35th annual conference of the American Library Association, 1913 (via thepinakes)

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“Invariably a time limit of one hour is set for victrola concerts, then the charging desk is kept busy for an extra hour in issuing books selected by dozens of people who never would have entered the library had they not been attracted by the musical program.” (Public Libraries, volume 24, 1919)

in other news, I would definitely attend a victrola concert if my public library wanted to revive this tradition.

(via libraryjournal)

laphamsquarterly:

Charles Dickens makes a great front-man.

explore-blog:

A Smiths-influenced song about Charles Dickens from BBC’s children’s series Horrible Histories, the most delightful literary nerdery since The Elements of Style Rap.

( @PageTurner)

absolutely adorable. but I kept waiting for him to sing about that time he met the Doctor.