Bibliophiles need holiday gifts too! With the holiday season fast approaching, chances are you’ll be shopping for the perfect gift for your book loving friend.
“Well, I’ll just buy a book for him/her!” is what you might be considering. Don’t do it.
As a book lover myself, reading is a great passion and hobby of mine. I love buying books, but receiving a book as a gift or giving a book as a gift is a stressful experience for me. First, unless you have access to their reading collection you can’t be sure if they haven’t read the book you’re giving – let alone knowing whether or not they’ll enjoy it (reading can be a very personal thing!). Second, it is way too obvious as a gift; even if the recipient loves the book you’re giving, there’s a good chance that it’ll be the nth book they’ve received that holiday. Your gift suddenly becomes not so thoughtful after all.
So, what should you gift book lovers if not books? It will certainly have to be book or reading related. Bookish people (obviously) love books, but they also love bookish things that show off their love for books. This is why I started my business over 4 years ago. Postertext designs book posters, and they make perfect gifts for your bookworm friend – even better if they have extra wall space to fill or are interested in decoration or art. Postertext designs art prints for book lovers which are made entirely out of text from your favorite book! And they look absolutely gorgeous if I may say so myself.
These literary posters will put a smile to any avid reader’s face while making fantastic conversation pieces for your home or office.
From afar, you can enjoy the illustration in elegant silhouette form. From up close, you can read your favorite lines from the book.
Check out Postertext at http://postertext.com. And don’t be shy in sharing these art prints with your friends or family if you want to be gifted these beautiful art prints for book lovers this holiday season!
Happy Holiday shopping!
Thank you so much to Peter Kao and the Postertext staff for sharing this wonderful holiday idea! I can personally say that I adore the Sherlock Holmes and The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and the works of Edgar Allan Poe and ... well, I will stop there. Needless to say, these are definitely on my holiday wish list!