Chic Showcase: Spineless Classics

I came across these a little while ago and couldn’t wait to showcase them on the blog. Spineless Classics are the complete text of a classic book all on one sheet. Believe it or not this is the complete book on one single poster which can be read, apparently by the naked eye, for those of us with 20:20 vision. This one is sized at 1189 mm x 841 mm and costs £55.99. They are all printed on heavyweight paper and designed not to fade.

Want to see some more? Here are a few I’ve picked out because a) I love the books themselves, and b) they look just amazing in these prints. I’m going goosebumpy whilst writing this, can you tell!

Follow the yellow brick road anyone? The Wizard of Oz available for £39.99

Isn’t this just fabulous? Alice In Wonderland £39.99.

The classic Peter Pan £39.99. Woudn’t this look amazing in a child’s bedroom as a glorious piece of artwork in it’s own right. And what better way to inspire your child with a love of books from the beginning.

All these posters and many many more are available at www.spinelessclassics.com. Happy browsing.

If anyone has one of these prints, or buys one after being inspired by the post, please do drop me an email and image and I would love to feature you over on the Love Chic Living facebook page. My email is jen@lovechicliving.co.uk

 

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5 Comments

  1. Emma Rogerson
    May 29, 2012 / 9:45 am

    Amazing – love them !

  2. May 29, 2012 / 10:48 pm

    Hi Jen,

    I’ve seen these somewhere before – I love them too! So clever and beautiful 🙂 How are you? x

  3. Danielle Vedmore
    June 6, 2012 / 5:10 am

    I love them – epecially the Peter Pan one! xoxo

  4. June 8, 2012 / 8:00 am

    Yes, I’ve seen these before, and think they are great. I just wish there was a really affordable BUT stylish way to frame them too. Framing posters is so expensive, and these are so good, they deserve a frame 🙂

  5. PHP Training
    February 26, 2014 / 8:25 pm

    Great posters, I really like when the picture shows a part of the book/movie but it isn’t so explicit.

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