The “Codex Rotundus” owes its name to its round shape. It is a small book of hours (9 cm diameter) made in Bruges in 1480. Thumbnails are most likely from the workshop of Dutchman Willem Date illuminator (active from 1450 to 1482). (Hildesheim Cathedral Library, Germany)
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Not understanding and getting slightly irritated
A peek into the rare book room.
It must smell soooooo good
What are you reading right now?
Put it down.
Pick up “The Night Circus” by Erin Morgenstern, it is wonderful!
This is one of the most delightful pieces of circus-inspired art I’ve seen.
This image impresses the hell out of me.
Every time I look at this I fall in love again
Me, my monsters and my books / Yo, mis monstruos y mis lectura (ilustración de Kitty Crowther)
I love the little 1 with the vacuum cleaner. totally up to no good.