Exploring the weird, wonderful world of science fiction cover art, this set of one hundred postcards includes covers of the of the heavyweights of the genre—H. G. Wells, Aldous Huxley, J. G. Ballard, Philip K. Dick, Kurt Vonnegut, Ray Bradbury, as well as from delightfully pulpy cult classics. From classic orange Penguins, through the great black covers of the late 60s and early 70s to the era of air-brushing, this collection showcases the iconic work of David Pelham, Adrian Chesterman, Alan Aldridge and any others. Charting science fiction’s emergence as a literary force, the postcards in this collection will appeal to legions of sci-fi devotees and design fans alike.
All the letters of the alphabet and more. Each individual letter-shaped book is beautifully bound and finished just like a real book. The outer is pattern covered and comes complete...
This brilliant journal let's you keep track of the books you read and the reasons you read them - the books you love and why, books you should read, even...
These notecards show women from more than three centuries of art, all absorbed in reading. Five designs, four of each. Come in a box with envelopes.
A handy, versatile and spacious zipped pouch. Could be used for holding pens, pencils, make-up or toiletries. An illustration by Sir John Tenniel has been adapted to show the mad...