Welcome to Bookish Blatherings, my new feature in which I will be rambling about bookish or bloggish things and hopefully you will join in on the discussion.
I have really been into book covers lately. I am obsessed with beautiful covers. So I thought I would start a Book Cover Edition for my Bookish Blatherings feature so that I could finally talk some cover art with everyone. Today, the theme is Book Covers I Want to Hang Up as Art. There are some covers out there that I would literally decorate my house with. Maybe I am weird, but a beautiful book cover to me is like any other piece of art. It needs to be observed, admired, and appreciated. So let’s admire the crap out of my top choices for most art-worthy book covers (in no particular order).
I am obsessed with this cover. Splintered by A.G. Howard just pops right off the screen. The girl is gorgeous and the colors are excellent. This would so go on my wall.
Ephemeral by Addison Moore is simply breathtaking. I read this book just because of the cover. It’s hauntingly beautiful, yeah, that’s the perfect way to describe it.
Each cover in the Shatter Me Series is amazing, but the first book, Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi has always been my favorite. It may not make sense but it’s effing genius.
I don’t know why but Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge mesmerizes me! I have always loved pictures of spiral staircases. But with the added rose all layered in, I just can’t stop admiring this cover.
The Daughter of Smoke & Bone by Laini Taylor cover makes me so excited every time I see it. The seires’ covers in general are perfection. I love that each one has a pop of color that seems so simple but totally makes each cover amazing. I would so display this in my house.
If you were going to fall in love with a spacey cover, Across the Universe by Beth Revis is the one to pine over. The galaxy colors are spectacular and the models totally make me think lovey-dovey thoughts.
Yeah, I just had an eyegasm! Incarnate by Jodi Meadows also takes my breath away. The hazy colors and butterfly mask thingy is just so damn pretty. Oooh, I want to look like this for next Halloween!
I have an obsession with old looking furniture and vintage clothing. Obviously Wither by Lauren DeStefano is right up my ally when it comes to the cover. I love the tarnished feel and look. I would decorate my whole house with this cover scheme.
Born Wicked by Jessica Spotswood is so eye-catching. Who knew a girl with flowers in her hair looking at us upside down could be so tantalizing and beautiful. I love how her face is the focal point and the rest is slowly hazed out. So artistic.
Come on, who could not love the cover for Everneath by Brodi Ashton. The dress, the smoke/clouds, the swirls and wisps, it all comes together amazingly. The blending is outstanding. So wall worthy.
What book covers would you want to hang up in your home as art?