Friday, December 6, 2013

5 Bookish Christmas Gifts I'm Crushing On

So I think I've finally found a few cool bookish gifts that I am actually crushing on this holiday season. 

These Lithographs of Jules Verne's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Around the World in 80 Days, and Journey to the Center of the Earth.

Buy them here for under $30 bucks each.

A subscription to The Thing Quarterly. A periodical that is in the form of 4 unique household items. A bit pricey but I imagine it'd be worth the surprise...

Buy a subscription here for $240

A street map that contains fictional streets and locations from over 600 books. Titles like Harry Potter, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Where the Wild Things Are...

Pick one up for 25 pounds. (anyone know the conversion for that?)

You've seen these around, right? The bookish infinity scarves? This one is Romeo and Juliet, but there is a whole slew of them.... so you are bound to find a text you love.

Snag a scarf here (when the owner gets back from vacation?!)

The Humument: a Treated Victorian Novel is the book that influenced Austin Kleon's Newspaper Blackouts. The "author" chooses words from each page to create new, poetical meaning, while incorporating these gorgeous designs. A poetry-slash-art book.

Amazon sells these for a little less than $20.

What bookish gifts are you crushing on this holiday season? 

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