doctorow — 2014-05-13T21:00:08-04:00 — #1
sockdoll — 2014-05-13T22:39:58-04:00 — #2
Caveat: one reviewer complains about a "high sheen plastic" that covers it.
I can understand why it would be laminated with clear plastic, to protect the artwork and make it easier to clean. Light switch plates encounter a lot of dirty hands.
It would be cool though if the plates were made using actual buckram book cloth, the kind that has an easy-to-keep-clean finish on it. (Described as "aqueous acrylic" on Wikipedia.)
That's what we used to rebind heavily-used books that didn't require an especially artistic binding when I worked for my university library's conservation department. It's a little garish looking compared to high quality leather-bound books, but it kept costs down for purely utilitarian bindings.
l_mariachi — 2014-05-14T01:25:23-04:00 — #3
WTF, Franklin Library editions? Why not go all the way and use Reader’s Digest Condensed Books spines?
tohogojira — 2014-05-14T05:12:45-04:00 — #4
I'm not sure if I would put this on my wall, I don't find this very pleasing for a wall mount.
stalfongzo — 2014-05-14T15:27:36-04:00 — #6
It would be better if it had Asimov, Bradbury and Heinlein on it or even Howey!
doctorow — 2014-05-18T21:00:19-04:00 — #7
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