- Care to guess the year’s best craft books (via Washington Post)
- A collection of coffee-table fashion books (via Chicago Tribune)
- Top photo books of 2011 (via New York Times)
- Connecticut College launches fashion print (via Conncoll)
- Furniture design consultant pens kids book (via Furniture Today)
- New anatomical look of the skyscraper in book (via The National)
- Dickens book cover redesigned (via Culture Map- Austin)
- The art of woodworking in new book (via News and Sentinel)
- Books to boost your creativity (via Daily Pilot)
- Crafting with cat hair (via Oregon Live)
- The art of the book cover (via Guardian)
- Jewelry boutique owner to pen design book (via Professional Jeweler)
- The book in contemporary art (via NJ Today)
- Review of Simply Imperfect (via Seattle PI)
- New interior design book review (via Your Home)
- College Down Under has striking new library (via Sydney Morning Herald)
- Mad Men actor pens design book (via The Hollywood Reporter)
Welcome one and all to another news feature here at Boston Book Bums, Spine Design.
We’ll gather bibliophilic related news from around the fashion, design and art world. If it has a bit of artistic effort and it’s book related, we’ll track it down.
Got a tip or suggestion about a great bookaholic design site or story, please let us know at bostonbookbums (at) gmail (dot) com.
Please enjoy Spine Design.
- A website that highlights the loved bookshelves of readers (via ItsNiceThat)
- From design blog to design book, Design*Sponge (via Swiss-Miss)
- Design books for kids (via The Atlantic)
- Artist puts together flip book (via Yale Daily News)
- New book about the politics of fashion (via Brooklyn Rail)
- UK quilting book hit here in States (via Journal Live)
- Books as charging base for your iPhone or iPods (via Better Living Through Design)
- Review of fashion book featuring 1980s teenager looks in suburbia (via Boston.com)
- Duality capture in new fashion photog book (via tribune.pk)
- Very Hungry Caterpillar artist busy as ever (via WSJ)
- Design virtues of pop-up books (via MLive)
- Near blind artist draws architecture book (via Deccan Chronicle)