Bookish Bric-A-Brac

First, here’s a list of the 100 most misspelled English words. Hopefully you can rely less on spellcheck after reading this! 🙂

Next, here’s a link for a Newspaper Clipping Generator. If you’d like an effect like this:

After that, we have a supposedly Book Rental Fail on the famous FAIL blog. I personally think the joke is on them, as book rental stores are perfectly logical in countries where their libraries are not the most well-equipped. (Yeah, it was kinda touché for me because I happen to frequent book rental stores a lot when I was a kid!)

Then, we have a bookish table from The Ex Libris 2008 by MOCO.

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An unconventional way to keep your books? 😉

How about this bookshelf (from the same collection above), which makes it look as if the towering book stack is all done on its own?

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Finally, we have Nicholas Jones who uses books and turn them into works of art (or blasphemy, if you think books should never be deformed/manipulated for such purposes! 😛 ) Click here for more pictures and an interview with the man.

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