Remember when bookmarks were made of paper and were used with actual books?

9th March 2012

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Click me for more information about the cod book from the previous two posts. →

Tagged: oversizenoveltyMark KurlanskyS. D. SchindlerG. P. Putnam's Sonsfish

9th March 2012

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Here’s the back of the cod bookmark from the previous post.

Here’s the back of the cod bookmark from the previous post.

Tagged: GeriMark KurlanskyS. D. SchindlerG. P. Putnam's Sonsoversizenoveltyfish

9th March 2012

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Hooked a big one: I hate that my scanner’s bed is not quite long enough to cleanly capture all of this unusual bookmark. (Actual size: 12.5” x about 6”)

Hooked a big one: I hate that my scanner’s bed is not quite long enough to cleanly capture all of this unusual bookmark. (Actual size: 12.5” x about 6”)

Tagged: GeriMark KurlanskyS. D. SchindlerThe Cod's TalefishnoveltyoversizeG. P. Putnam's Sons

1st March 2012

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Six Narnia bookmarks that make a nice series.

The Chronicles of Narnia at Amazon.com

Tagged: seriesThe Chronicles of NarniaC. S. LewisHarperCollins

21st February 2012

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I did prefer the books to the movie versions, but these are still pretty cool.

ABC’s The Shining (1997)

Coppola’s Dracula (1992)

Tagged: Bram StokerDraculaStephen KingTVThe ShiningmoviesColumbia PicturesSignetABC

19th February 2012

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Click me for more information about the Indianapolis Museum of Art from the previous two posts. →

Tagged: Angel of the ResurrectionIndianapolis Museum of ArtartmuseumsTiffany

19th February 2012

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Here’s the back of the Tiffany/Indianapolis Museum of Art bookmark from the previous post.

Here’s the back of the Tiffany/Indianapolis Museum of Art bookmark from the previous post.

Tagged: museumsartIndianapolis Museum of ArtTiffanyAngel of the Resurrection

19th February 2012

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I have no idea how I acquired this one; it’s from the Indianapolis Museum of Art. I drove through Indiana once upon a time, but never gallery-walked there. (The image is a detail from a Tiffany glass and lead work called “Angel of the Resurrection.”)

I have no idea how I acquired this one; it’s from the Indianapolis Museum of Art. I drove through Indiana once upon a time, but never gallery-walked there. (The image is a detail from a Tiffany glass and lead work called “Angel of the Resurrection.”)

Tagged: museumsartIndianapolis Museum of ArtTiffany StudiosAngel of the Resurrection

18th February 2012

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Click me for more information about the Dietrich book from the previous two posts. →

Tagged: Marlene DietrichMaria RivaBallantine Booksmoviescelebrities

18th February 2012

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Here’s the back of the Dietrich bookmark from the previous post.

Here’s the back of the Dietrich bookmark from the previous post.

Tagged: GeriMarlene DietrichMaria RivaBallantine Booksmoviescelebrities