The Emily Dickinson Tarot
Designer Anjana Iyer seeks to explain untranslatable words from non-English languages, with the help of a some quirky imagery. The New Zealand-based artist's series of illustrations, each of which is accompanied by a short explainer, effectively translates words that cannot be directly anglicized.
The ITCHYFEET Guide to Differentiating Between Asian Scripts
S. May Be J.J. Abrams' Best Work Yet (And The Ultimate Mystery Box)
Omg, can't stop laughing
The Retro Magazine by Lucas Iacono, via Behance
USB Typewriter Computer Keyboard and iPad Dock by usbtypewriter, $799.00
Proust, Blanchot and a Woman in Red by Lydia Davis http://www.sylpheditions.com/Cahiers/05.html
The avant-garde art of book stacking in stores: Japan
The Great Gatsby Video Game, Etc
100 Years of Poetry: Designing the Magazine, 1912–2012
Poetry is prose bewitched...
Creepy animated GIFs (and check out the last panel at http://unomoralez.com/img.html?cid=2=8)
Organs of Dali, Vincent Van Gogh and Picasso
Dante's Inferno, in Lego
Food for thought: books on cupcakes.
Kate Moore Coffee Poster
Found poems made from book titles.
Untitled (Tess Roby)